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We should all know by now the enormous impact that Edward Snowden has had on the world, leaking intelligence documents which revealed the scale and scope of covert surveillance on regular internet users, companies and – indeed – governments.
Beyond the politics of what happened, and its implications for privacy, the Snowden affair has been a huge wake up call for CIOs.
Snowden managed to access and take data from inside an organisation while only having what was defined as “low level” access.
Has that made your business reconsider how access to systems is controlled and monitored?
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