Unsecure network file folders are 'biggest vulnerability'
"In the past year, 38% of organisations have experienced one or more information security breaches.
That's according to joint research by M-Files Corporation and The Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) which teamed up to conduct research that reveals the frequency of information security breaches.
The survey gathered responses from AIIM members in the US, Canada, EMEA and other parts of the world.
Nearly one-third (31%) of respondents felt their organisation does not do a good job of protecting confidential and sensitive information. Coincidentally, 36% stated that either their organisation doesn't have a formally documented policy about how company information is stored, managed and shared or they didn't know if a policy such as this existed.
Nearly six out of 10 (59%) respondents said that their organisation has implemented new information security solutions, systems and/or protocols within the past year.”
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