Information is an extraordinarily prized corporate asset. In today’s digital age, that information is stored electronically. For example, software companies store their highly valuable intellectual property in code repositories. Healthcare companies store personal medical records in an electronic medical record system. Sales departments within companies store sensitive trade secrets, such as client lists and pricing information, on servers and in customer relationship management systems. Electronic storage of this data does have its benefits, including backups and on-demand availability, but there are drawbacks as well. One of the main challenges for a company can be the balance between legitimate availability of this information and protection from theft.
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