Organizations are expected to invest more money to protect personal information in response to increased government regulation and enforcement and to stem the rising tide of risk, according to a new report released Wednesday by Ernst & Young.
The report, “Privacy Trends 2011: Challenges to Privacy Programs in a Borderless World,” found that companies will spend money in 2011 to hire highly skilled certified privacy professionals and invest in technical controls that monitor and manage external attacks and internal leaks from within the organization.
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