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New studies explore importance of data security – and how some companies struggle with it

December 14, 2017

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Two pieces of research have hit CloudTech HQ, both examining how the security of data is perceived – and which data is more private than others.

Information security provider Trustwave, in its ‘Value of Data Report’ published today, aimed to look at which data was most important to the 500 IT decision makers polled across five countries. On average, the per capita value of personally identifiable information (PII) in the US is more than double that of the UK – $1,820 and $843 respectively. The UK ended up having scantest regard for their data, behind Australia ($1,186), Japan ($1.040) and Canada ($1,025) respectively.

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