Interlocking security

Friday, 16 June 2006, 12:45 AM EST

If ever a case highlighted the need for a systematic approach to information security, it was the theft from the car of an Ernst & Young auditorís laptop containing the credit card details and addresses of more than a quarter of a million customers of hotels.com in the US. Sure, he should never have left the laptop in his car, but even if he had taken it with him there was always a risk of theft or loss.

At Accountancy Age.

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