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Passwords Alone Don't Protect Trade Secrets

Another proof that technology alone is not enough to keep important information secret; we'll have to establish policies and processes that explain people the meaning of tagging informaton confidential.

Passwords Alone Don't Protect Trade Secrets: "

A court ruled that simply password-protecting a file isn't enough to make it a trade secret.

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Gavriel said…
You have a cool blog with some interesting stuff on it. I enjoyed the read, thanks. Especially the 15th century battle history and the changing of the clock. I'm a big Neal Stephenson fan and am plowing through the 2nd of his recent trilogy, and your story would fit right in thematically if not chronologically.

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