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As a network, we must be prepared for attempted incursions from every direction. So, DTTL's global policy on information security requires member firms to institute a wide range of security measures, covering areas such as virus protection, data backup and recovery, encryption, password authentication, access to systems, and network security. These actions are critical to safeguarding and appropriately using confidential information, confronting ongoing threats, and meeting member firm client expectations.
Confidentiality is not a one-time investment, or a one-off compliance or risk activity. It is an ongoing, evergreen process that must be done in a holistic way; an
To this end, DTTL currently is rolling out a Confidential Information (CI) program to its member firms around the globe. It is a strategic initiative, driven by network leading practices and consistent standards, aimed at safeguarding confidential information at the client account and engagement levels. Furthermore, the CI program