UK public sector IT chiefs shrug off breach threats: The data we hold isn’t that important

Gareth Corfield reports:

Half of UK public sector IT chiefs think the data they’re responsible for protecting is less valuable than private sector information, according to a survey by antivirus firm Sophos.

Just over 50 per cent of 420 senior managers quizzed by Sophos agreed with the statement: “The data held by my organisation is less valuable than data in a private sector organisation.”

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