“Not so long ago, data protection meant a locked filing cabinet and a good shredder.
No longer. In a single generation, data protection went from safeguarding documents to securing information of almost every kind, both tangible and in electronic form. Although everyone understands what it means to protect a hard copy document, it is much harder to conceptualize protecting intangible information. To make matters worse, a data breach today can cause far more serious consequences than in years past. To cite just one example, the improper disclosure of one’s personal data can easily result in identity theft, with the victim often left unaware of the crime until it is far too late to stop it.” — Dennis Unkovic, MERITAS Chairman of the Board.
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