The challenge of a data breach could lead to decisions having to be made in only 30 minutes in order to keep an audit committee at bay. That's according to Jonathan Armstrong, a partner at Duane Morris, who said at a security conference in London that it's important to keep IT and compliance people on a tight lead, SC Magazine reports. Armstrong predicts the future of data breaches will see more private actions, a greater degree in trust, more globalization and more use of a "moral compass" for third parties involved in breaches, the report states.
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