Cornell in Denver Colorado was recently fined over a quarter million dollars for improperly disposing private information.
In the incident, protected paper records were not shredded, rather they were dumped in an unlocked outside trash container. The protected records exposed to “dumpster diving” included sensitive and private data.
In the modern era, when we think about data breaches, we typically think about computer attacks. It’s important to consider enforcing procedures and policies across all aspects of the business. The strength of your firewall and sophistication of your password policies are rendered irrelevant if personnel across all levels of the business are not trained and supervised correctly.
In the following discussion, we examine 3 common, often overlooked sources of data breaches.
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