The data blame game: what to do when executives are playing fast and loose with core IP

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93 per cent of CEOs store their work on a laptop or other personal device outside of official company storage, finds survey

Risky employee behaviour—particularly in the C-suite—is undermining security strategies at many organisations and driving them to find new ways to secure critical enterprise data. Data security ...

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