Steve Schoener has noticed an inconsistency in the privacy policies of hedge funds. When it comes to interfacing with the outside world, they're very secretive. Data is closely guarded. But when it comes to internal policy on their own network, Eze Castle's VP of client technology has observed that "they're quick to give everybody access to everything."
That approach is not only inconsistent; from a security standpoint, it's backward. Most breaches at hedge funds are from within the firm, not fr
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