Data-privacy laws may force businesses to provide security

03/2/2010 | Network Computing

As state and international governments increasingly look to help protect personal data, companies may have to comply with several disparate laws, blogger David Hill writes. Adopting a "best of breed" approach to integrate complete personal-data protection is the best way for businesses to ensure compliance across the board, Hill argues. Overall, enterprises must be aware of what data they have and be able to implement formal data-governance measures to improve overall quality.

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