Have the NSA revelations caused your company to rethink its policies?

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The recent revelation that the NSA collects massive amounts of user data from various technology companies has caused many IT pros to re-evaluate their user policies and data privacy tactics.  Lessons learned from the NSA incursions include changing policies to make their systems and data less vulnerable. These new policies include revising NDA forms, looking more closely at vulnerabilities caused by internal employees, and looking for backdoor entry points that may allow unwanted access.Has your company begun to re-evaluate its policies in light of the NSA revelations?
ASKED: June 14, 2013  7:47 PM
UPDATED: June 24, 2013  4:31 PM

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  • Kevin Beaver
    Good question Chris...the funny (sad) thing is, many (most?) organizations can't even get their arms around their own basic challenges in IT. To add on another layer such as this is likely to be futile in all but the most disciplined organizations that have stellar IT and security leadership.
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