Non-IT Cyber-Exposures May Kill Your Business

, The Legal Intelligencer


Every day we're bombarded with information about the continuing attacks on our data and personal information, attacks that result in thefts costing businesses millions of dollars. While most of us agree wholeheartedly with the necessity for a business to get locked down on the IT side, one can't help but notice that almost none of the proposed solutions address the non-IT cyber-exposures that are just as real, and just as dangerous, to the health of a business.

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