When it comes to protecting their business from risk, perceived or actual, many leaders focus on where they suspect they may be vulnerable. For global business leaders, that may take the form of travel guidance for employees or cyber protocols for using company software overseas.
Too often, leaders fail to recognize that in a global economy, inherent risk is global. That means that some of the riskiest places for protecting data and other proprietary company information may be in countries deemed "low risk" or even in the hands of people inside the organization.
In this episode of the Stratfor Talks podcast, VP of Tactical Analysis Scott Stewart and Chief Security Officer Fred Burton discuss how to recognize risk and share tips to prevent infiltration.
- Your Company's Data Could Be Most at Risk in the Places You Least Expect
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