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Madison, Wis. CIOs need to check whether they're adequately handling security and regulatory challenges far beyond passwords and firewalls including insider theft, lost data, and poor document retention, said panelists at the Fusion2006 CEO-CIO Symposium on Thursday.

Morgan Stanley's $1.4 billion example in 2005 of how not to produce documents ......

Full article >>> ment retention and destruction policy, you need to create one immediately," Benson said. "And you don't have a choice."

Educate or restrict?

When it comes to document retention, keeping documents in the right hands, or security in general, companies are faced with a choice. Educate employees about good security practices and give them responsibility for keeping their own w......

Full article >>> e security system so transparent that employees don't have to worry about them. It's not always possible, but when it is, the simplicity is compelling.

"When you make a cell phone call you don't have to realize that's encrypted," Congdon said. "You don't have to do anything."

In any case, John Thomure, a lawyer with Michael Best & Friedrich specializing in white-collar crime, sai......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 03/02/06


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