Prevent Litigation From Becoming A Threat To Data Security

Law360, New York (July 29, 2016, 9:45 AM EDT) -- Dante Stella

Sherrie Farrell In 2015, businesses worldwide spent an estimated $75 billion on information security, and by 2020, the figure is projected to reach as much as $170 billion.[1] Enterprises take safeguarding data very seriously. Even where they do not have full-time information security staff, businesses encrypt data on laptops, put servers behind firewalls, require complex passwords and two-factor authentication, and maintain data in secure facilities and access-controlled systems. Although companies employ measures that run from the simple, inexpensive and common-sense — all the way to complex and expensive — litigation often presents an unexpected weak link in the information...

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