According to the Enterprise Strategy Group (“Transitioning to an Information Infrastructure,” June 2007), “While it is not found on a balance sheet, information is quickly becoming a leverageable corporate asset that has both value and risk implications.”Most enterprises seem to have a good handle on leveraging the value side of information, because that’s what they do. They gather information and use it to make money. Typically, however, not nearly as many resources nor effort are put into protecting that information. It’s not that your typical large enterprise doesn’t do anything to protect their data; it’s just that they don’t do enough. And if something bad happens to that data, an apology just isn’t going to cut it.This problem literally affects everyone. How many times have you filled out a form online, or opened an account down at your local bank to find yourself cringing a little when the bank officer cheerfully asks for your “social.” I know I always give it to them without arguing, but what I really want to ask them is what they are going to do to protect it and all the other personal information I’m freely handing them.I know that if I did ask the… Read full this story
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