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4/23/2012
Data protection lessons not being learned

"A survey conducted by Varonis has found that 70 percent of organizations storing third party data are not ‘very confident’ that the sensitive data stored within their organization is protected."

Annie's take:

This new study by Varonis is yet another indicator that data is at high risk in many enterprises, not to mention in small and mid-sized businesses.