Defending Reputation During a Data Breach

30 September 2014

From opening mail to sifting through rubbish, determined individuals have always gone to great lengths to get their hands on sensitive information and whilst the methods for gathering business-critical information in today’s digital age may be less ‘hands on’, they are just as devious.

With data technology having advanced at a record pace over the last decade, the sheer volume of data that businesses hold, coupled with the international nature of our online activities, means that our data is now everywhere.

To read Rachel Atkins' full article on the Economist Insight Blog, click here.

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Rachel Atkins


A specialist in safeguarding the reputations of prominent individuals and businesses, Rachel couples her experience in media law with a detailed knowledge of reputation threats that emanate from non-media sources.

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