Information Asset Protection provides a fresh take on the concept of data protection, a term commonly associated with the safeguarding of personal information. Data exists in many forms, and due to advances in technology, can today be stored, transferred and accessed with ease. The availability and accessibility of this information, especially on the Internet, has blurred the lines between its use and ownership. This book aims to distinguish between the two, and provide guidance on how such assets can be protected via technological and contractual means as well as end-user education.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Databases
Chapter 3 Open Data and Non-Open (Proprietary) Data
Chapter 4 Contractual Issues
Chapter 5 Data and the Internet
Chapter 6 Cybersecurity