Why data breaches happen -- and how you can prevent them

12/26/2012 | Network World

The lack of centralized control and absence of proper management tools are among the leading reasons why significant data breaches occur and show what should be done about them, writes Ashvin Kamaraju of Vormetric. Not having a single standard for IT security is also a problem, he notes. "Deploying a centralized enterprise security management strategy ... will help prevent data security breakdowns that lead to breaches and costly public disclosures," he writes.

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