Harnessing Ancient and Modern Writings to Protect Your Company’s Confidential Information

By September 16, 2015 Cyber Security, Risk Management

Positvely ConfidentialTAL Global’s cyber security philosophy is anchored to that of the ancient Chinese military philosopher Sun Tzu, who wrote in his influential book, The Art of War: “Know Yourself and Know Your Enemy.”

Knowing yourself is, indeed, a core requirement for any organization to protect its sensitive information and intellectual property. This is also the core motive in Naomi Fine’s book: Positively Confidential: 10 Proven Steps to Protecting Confidential Information, Private Data, and Intellectual Property in Today’s Interactive Business World.

Positively Confidential is all about looking inward, about helping the organization create an ecosystem that builds trust, supports collaboration, and fosters intellectual property development. The result: a secure environment, one that not only protects sensitive and important information, but leads to profitability, industry leadership, and brand enhancement as well.

Do you struggle to teach your company’s diverse staff the right balance between sharing and protecting sensitive business information? Do you worry that trusted insiders may take valuable business information without even knowing they may be stealing trade secrets?

Do you fear that a careless employee may violate privacy laws and cause an embarrassing data breach? Are you insecure about your company’s proof that it takes reasonable efforts to protect its trade secrets?

If you care about the health and wealth of your organization, starting with its vulnerable cyber core, make Naomi Fine’s book available to every cyber user in your organization.

Click here to read more about the book and its author.

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