Vitrium Newsletter - Volume 5, Issue 9


VOLUME 5, ISSUE 9 - September 29, 2015

In This Issue:


Responding to a Document Security Breach

Great. The unthinkable has happened to your company. Along with Sony, Home Depot, Target, and Apple, you can add your company to the long list of recent data security breaches. With the overwhelming feeling of dread, sense of loss, and panic, there's confusion. What do you need to do to take control of the situation? Here are some steps to take in responding to a document security breach.

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Why Do Data Breaches Occur?

Data breaches seem to happening left and right these days, and companies of all different types and sizes are getting targeted. Has there been some sort of uprising of cybercriminals or are these companies just being careless? Let's take a look at some of the reasons these data breaches occur.

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Preventing Document Security Breaches - Toolkit

A data breach is defined as the unintentional release of secure information to an untrusted environment -also known as a data leak or a data spill. Facebook, LinkedIn, eHarmony, Apple and the US Army have all been victim to such "accidents". I tend to think that data breach is intentional, and I have numbers to back me up!

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Someone Has Plagiarized My Content - What do I do?

It's an unfortunate thing, but plagiarism occurs often in today's digital age. So what can you do if you've discovered your content plagiarized? Here are a few tips you can follow if you find yourself in this situation.

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