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expenses against benefits One of the most challenging tasks is weighing up the expenses for  details security against the benefits and risks. It is initially very important to invest in actions that are particularly efficient or that can shield you against especially great risks. Experience shows  that the most beneficial actions are not always the most expensive. It is therefore important to  comprehend the dependence of the organization methods and tasks upon details handling so that  appropriate details security safeguards can be selected. At this factor it should be emphasised  that details security is only ever obtained by interaction between technological and organisational actions. The investments in technological innovation can be read in the price range directly. To 
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