SAS 70

Jul 1 2008   5:45PM GMT

Do you need the Secret Service to guard your data? – SAS70



Posted by: SAS70ExPERT
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It’s election year and security to protect some of our most valuable assets is being discussed more frequently – including politicians and data privacy requirements (proposed Regulation S-P). Does that mean you should be considering the Secret Service to guard your data? I don’t think so; however, you should have a plan to manage risk of data loss. This plan should contain proactive thinking that promotes a culture of prevention. A SAS70 audit will assist you in determining your vulnerabilities and identifying weaknesses in information technology network; however, you must continually assess and evaluate scenarios, and stay informed of the latest and greatest networking threats. Communication and training are key to a data protection plan. What are some of the other characteristics?SAS70expert@gmail.com

 

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