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Make Sure It's In The Contract

A contract allows each party to clearly identify their contractual obligations and rights

Laura Eyles 0 31

A club’s commercial arrangements will more than likely be regulated by a contract between the club and the other party, it may be verbal or in writing but it will be a contract nonetheless.

The great advantage to the written contract is that it allows each party to clearly identify their contractual obligations and rights under the contract.

Understanding The Attacker Mentality To Boost Risk Management

They know what they want, and they go for it

Laura Eyles 0 22

Society would be far less enjoyable if we all adopted an attacker mentality. Everyone’s first thought upon meeting someone new would be how to manipulate them for personal gain. Each encounter would be based upon the assumption that there are no rules of engagement, political correctness, manners, morality, or conscience at play.

Many Organisations Still Sacrifice Mobile Security

A large number of organisations are still compromising mobile security to get things done

Laura Eyles 0 43

A large number of organisations are still compromising mobile security to get things done, which can leave entities at risk. The recent Verizon Mobile Security Index reported about four out of 10 respondents (43 percent) reported their organisation had sacrificed mobile security in the past year. Those that did were twice as likely to suffer a compromise. The study found that 39% of respondents reported having a mobile-security-related compromise.

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