High-profile data breaches expose breached companies to intense negative scrutiny from lawmakers, regulators, media, customers and plaintiffs’ attorneys. But not every data breach is a headline-grabbing theft of consumer credit card data – and small breaches cannot be ignored. Effective information risk management to prevent data leaks, the unauthorized transfer of information to the outside world, and security breach incidents requires a top-driven coordinated information security compliance program that is implemented on a company-wide basis. In a guest article, Jesse M. Brody, a partner at Manatt Phelps & Phillips, provides ten immediate steps companies should take to prevent data leaks and larger breach events.
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