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Proceedings of the 2003 InSITE Conference
Traditionally security has been the pervasive factor in organizational growth but its importance has surpassed that of any other issue in retaining a competitive advantage. Security is, therefore, of paramount importance in the retention of organizational innovation. The key in building a secure environment lies in an organizations ability to react to changing threats both from within and external to the case. The objective of security is to protect corporate knowledge as well that of thedoi:10.28945/2716 fatcat:fv6v6f3j5vb6xgt5nfdhvcxdhq