Remote working is putting data at risk. But it doesn't have to...

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Egress CEO Tony Pepper advises how organisations can keep their data safe in the era of mass remote working

Email is the primary cause of data security incidents, specifically accidental and intentional exfiltration of data by employees. In fact, data emailed to the wrong recipient has been the top cause...

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