Article on data theft and insider attacks from Martin Kuppinger available

Duesseldorf February, 16th, 2010 - Martin Kuppinger, co-founder and Principal Analyst at Kuppinger Cole, has just written a new article on data theft and insider attacks in which he describes the associated problems and risks and describes tactical and strategic measures to avoid them. According to Mr. Kuppinger, unprotected data and subsequent data leakage remain a major hazard in most organizations today. He also discusses ways and means for reducing information-related risks from both within and without.

The article runs to approximately 1,100 words and can be made available to you on request. Please contact me so that I can send you the manuscript.

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