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Almost half of employees have access to more data than they need

betanews: “A new study of over 700 full-time US employees reveals that that 48 percent of employees have access to more company data than they need to perform their jobs, while 12 percent of employees say they have access to all company data. The survey by business app marketplace GetApp also asked employees what classifications of data protection are in place at their company. No more than a third of businesses were found to use any one individual data classification. The lowest in use are Proprietary (15 percent) and Highly Confidential (18 percent). The most commonly used are Confidential — 33 percent of businesses use this classification, Internal — 30 percent, Public — 29 percent and Restricted/Sensitive — 25 percent…[that is why you need librarians….librarians…librarians…]

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