Why your approach to security architecture needs to change

Why your approach to security architecture needs to change

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Organizations have a lot to worry about these days. With security breaches on the rise and organizations subject to ever greater scrutiny and reputation risk, would you be surprised to learn that most of your efforts may not be as impactful as advertised? 

Find out why at TechBeacon

 

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