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Posted:  31 Aug 2012
Published:  05 Jul 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  32  Page(s)
Type:  Research Content
Language:  English


Publish and be Damned:  What does your online corporate profile reveal?


With so many cyber attacks in the news recently, executives are becoming increasingly concerned about their organisation’s exposure to hackers.


And so they should. According to our research, more than three-quarters of the Forbes 2000 companies leak potentially dangerous data.


The sources of this information are varied and widespread. Some are within the direct control of the corporation (websites, documents and web servers) and – with effort – can be directly addressed.


Other channels such as popular search engines and forums, are outside of the usual enterprise security curtain and pose a much more complex challenge.


Many of the sectors that normally display exceptionally strong cyber security controls seem to be at the highest risk, namely banks, financial services and telecoms companies.


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