Transporting secure data is a risky business, and one where those doing the transporting are assumed to be competent, careful and concerned. But, judging from the rash of security breaches in recent months and years - including one in which 40 tapes of Time Warner's secure data quite literally fell of a truck while being transported by data storage company Iron Mountain - proper care isn't being taken, and that's not even taking criminal security breaches into consideration.
Communicating Security Breaches: When In Doubt, Shut The Door
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