SAN FRANCISCO About half, or 54 percent, of the business, government and institutional organizations questioned in an annual computer security survey had formal data retention and destruction policies. Another 41 percent said they were developing such policies or working with informal guidelines. Those were among the findings of the San Francisco-based Computer Security Institute's "13th Annual Computer Crime and Security Survey," which this year drew responses from 522 information ...

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