Headline NewsHow to safeguard your organisation’s reputation (Video)

How to safeguard your organisation’s reputation (Video)

What would your citizens think if they learned that their data had been leaked or released to foreign governments?  This video can help you avoid just such an eventuality.

According to this video by Skyscape Cloud Services, public sector organisations must consider more than lead time and cost when deciding how to store their data. Failing to do so could result in the kind of high-profile data breach that has made headlines around the world.

Here Skyscape Cloud Services highlights the key considerations – from location and privacy to security – that public sector organisations should keep in mind when determining what to do with sensitive citizen data.

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