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No quick fix for security woes

Homeland and Corporate Security Summit told of need for long-term solutions. Large companies need to take a long-term view of security, putting one person in charge of protecting an organisation’s IT and physical assets. Speaking at the Homeland and Corporate Security Summit in London, David Lacey, the Royal Mail’s director of security, said that without a single authority figure with board-level responsibility, corporate security will not work as effectively as it could. “If there is more than one person they will argue and business units will play them off against each other,” he explained. Full Story

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