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|Title:||The Enterprise 2.0 concept: challenges on data and information security|
|Citation:||Silva, A., Moreira, F., & Varajão, J. (2010). The Enterprise 2.0 concept: Challenges on data and information security. In Lytras M.D., Ordonez De Pablos P., Ziderman A., Roulstone A., Maurer H., & Imber J.B. (eds), Knowledge Management, Information Systems, E-Learning, and Sustainability Research. WSKS 2010. Communications in Computer and Information Science (Vol. 111, pp. 363-368). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer. Disponível no Repositório UPT, http://hdl.handle.net/11328/2383|
|Abstract:||The Web 2.0 wave has “hit” businesses all over the world, with companies taking advantage of the 2.0 concept and new applications stimulating collaboration between employees, and also with external partners (suppliers, contractors, universities, R&D organizations and others). However, the use of Web 2.0 applications inside organizations has created additional security challenges, especially regarding data and information security. Companies need to be aware of these risks when deploying the 2.0 concept and take a proactive approach on security. In this paper are identified and discussed some of the challenges and risks of the use of Web 2.0 tools, namely when it comes to securing companies’ intellectual property.|
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