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Wentian Su Com270-007 Prof.Keevan An Evaluative Summary on Protecting Personal Information Protecting personal information for businesses is extremely important. If sensitive data falls into the wrong hands, it can lead to fraud, identity theft or similar troubles. Companies will face following problems, such as losing their customer's trust and perhaps even defending them against a lawsuit. The most effective data security plans deal with for key elements: Physical security, electronic security, password management, and employee training. Physical security includes two aspects. one is limit access to employees with a legitimate business need. The other one is implement appropriate access controls for your building. Electronic includes to have clear ideas of your computer system, to encrypt all sensitive information, to scan your computers on your
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Unformatted text preview: network frequently, and to pay particular attention to the security of your web applications. Password management deals with how to set the password stronger. To decrease the attempts would also decrease the risk of stealing data. Employees are requiring to change their password more frequently and keep their password in secret. Since the computer operation system is updating all the time, employee training can help employees update their knowledge on data security. Companies require their employees to attend train on time. Besides training, employees are needed to sigh a agreement on protecting personal information. I strongly recommend all companies to follow these four elements. These four elements can help companies to protect their customers' information very effectively....
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