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The business role in cloud data protection

Cloud providers have made big information security strides, but their corporate customers still have to play their part in cloud data loss prevention.


Governance tide shifts as courts allow digital evidence

Digital, computer-generated records have been used as evidence in recent court cases, and the trend could cause major changes for corporate data governance.

Expect regulatory fatigue as compliance costs rise

Firms worldwide are experiencing 'regulatory fatigue' due to rapidly increasing compliance mandates. In Thomson Reuters' latest Cost of Compliance survey, see how GRC teams can manage these regulatory changes.


Is cloud-based data warehousing worth the risk?

Cloud services have become a popular cost-saving option for businesses, but they must be careful to protect against constantly evolving data risk.

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