According to Peter Spier of CMS Wire, businesses should commit to developing organisational risk management processes by starting small and begin this process by identifiying the data that is most important. 

An exerpt from the article states, "According to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, 31,110,318 records were breached worldwide in 2011 with 18,739,183 more year-to-date. Given the deep pockets of such high-profile breached organizations as Sony, RSA, Global Payments and LinkedIn, what can your organization do to protect its valuable assets against concerted effort if not human error?"

The article explains that organisations must recognise the levels of data security, balance their risk and business needs, and to effectively communicate and raise awareness of their organisations data classification policy to their employees. 

 

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