Mark Skilton, Professor of Practice in Information Systems and Management, Warwick Business School

Mark Skilton, Professor of Practice in Information Systems and Management, Warwick Business School

Date: Jun 06, 2014

The use of personal data is coming under ever-greater scrutiny. With stories about privacy of health records, bank accounts, and identity theft hogging the headlines, it’s clear that data protection is about far more than just an IT security issue. Employees are using ever more devices and cloud services to store and share data, creating a huge proliferation of information that is increasingly difficult to govern. 

What does this all mean for the IT department – and in particular, for IT leaders expected to efficiently store, control, manage and secure that data? In this CW500 video Mark Skilton talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about managing the growing complexity of protecting data.

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