The Australian data privacy index report

Supplied by Informatica Australia on Thursday, 13 February, 2014

Data privacy is a key issue for Australian organisations. The risk to businesses that fail to protect sensitive information can cause damage to the organisation’s reputation as well as lead to possible legal action. The most common form of data theft occurs when malicious individuals hack into production databases; however, non-production systems used for development and training purposes use real data as well, meaning it is an important tier of data that remains vulnerable.

Many organisations do not fully understand the importance of data privacy or how best to protect their sensitive information. This report includes in-depth findings from a data privacy survey conducted in the past 9 months and can assist in developing your data protection strategies.

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