we serve also present unprecedented challenges to the security of the data, images and content we manage. By reducing vast quantities of information to electronic data that require virtually no physical space, and permitting their transfer across continents in milliseconds, advanced technologies transform the possibilities not only of communication, but of wrongdoing as well.
The implications of these double-edged capabilities are profound, and have led us to match each new innovation with carefully considered measures to keep our customers’ data and intellectual property safe, despite the ever-escalating threats of spyware, malware, phishing and external attack.
Advanced technologies have transformed the possibilities of communication, and have transformed the risks of wrongdoing as well.
Man’s quest for security is as old as
the human race, and has included
such elaborate undertakings as the
Terracotta Warriors, life-size pottery
warriors and horses arranged in
battle formations. The figures were
buried in 210-209 B.C.E. with Qin
Shi Huang, the first Emperor of all
China, for the purpose of protecting
him in the afterlife (above).
In protecting our servers and data,
Uhlig works closely with internal and
external auditors and security
consultants, and has also worked
closely with some of the nation’s
most accomplished forensic digital
analysts in identifying and
preventing potential data breaches.
To review and manage potential
risks to the intellectual property of
our systems and our clients’
content, we also work closely with
internal and external legal counsel,
who continuously review and
lapse. strengthen our
policies in light
of the rapidly
and validation of
complex reader-specific documents to our highly trained on-site security staff of law enforcement professionals, we make security an integral part of our operations from start to finish. We do so knowing that our vigilance must never lapse, that our skills must continuously improve, and that the most important security test that we must pass is the one that will come tomorrow.
“It is the business of the
future to be dangerous.”
— Alfred North Whitehead