Physical Fails for Information Security and Privacy

Physical Fails for Information Security and Privacy

August 7, 2018
Hosted by Rebecca Herold

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Episode Description

This episode covers a problem as bad today as it was decades ago and in many ways worse. Breaches caused by unauthorized access to physical forms of information: on printed paper (e.g. boxes of customer records on the curb for trash pickup); getting access to the physical USB drives and external hard drives; getting access to backup media; and numerous other ways that expose personal information and many other types of sensitive information. What are some of the most bizarre incidents involving physical access breaches to information? What are some common real-life incidents involving physical access to information? What do organizations, and every person in their private lives, need to do better? What are related legal requirements? What is a certificate of destruction and do you need one? Listen in as Andrew Ysasi, Vice President of Kent Record Management® and President of IG Guru™ provides examples, insights and advice that everyone can use at home and at work.

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