Open IT Forum: How is your company protecting its data from being attacked?

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In his latest blog post on IT Compliance Advisor, independent security consultant Kevin Beaver talked about five ways your company can help prevent a data breach. His list included: 1. Having the right people on board 2. Really understand the risk 3. Approach management and corporate compliance carefully 4. Have a plan 5. Intellectual property must be protected as well After looking at his list, we want to know what you think. Do you agree with Kevin’s list? Discuss the ways your company is protecting its data from being attacked. Share your thoughts and we’ll give you an extra 200 Knowledge Points for our favorite answer!

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