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Read | Delete: Panama Papers a Lesson in Cyber Security

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By now, you’ve heard about the leaked papers from a Panamanian law firm implicating world leaders, sports figures and celebrities alike in a scheme to shelter massive wealth in off-shore corporations. Whether data breach or insider leak, Panama Papers cyber security lessons are still the same. There are several lessons to take from the Panama Papers: Segmentation. Divide critical data across different digital locations. Encryption. Most businesses still only have a partial encryption strategy on their data and lack end-to-end encryption. Monitoring. Monitor how much data is leaving the servers. More sophisticated software lets many companies know exactly what data is leaving the premises and exactly who is responsible.
Source: Sileo.com
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