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Alternatives to 1984: issues on securing information assets

S. Berner

SA Journal of Information Management; Vol 5, No 2 (2003), . doi: 10.4102/sajim.v5i2.354

Submitted: 20 January 2003
Published:  20 January 2003


Information security is a necessity, but it raises many social and financial issues – from freedom of information, to privacy and return on investment. In this issue, we look at why it is important to secure information assets and who the primary beneficiaries of the process are.

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