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Don’t leave your organisation open to a data breach

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If anything has thrust the need for better cloud technology and data protection into the spotlight lately, it would be the breach and leak of dozens of Hollywood celebrities’ personal photos.

If it can happen to Kirsten Dunst and Jennifer Lawrence, it can happen to your organisation.

The positive impact of having cloud-based HR systems is evident. Companies can conveniently track the performance of employees and easily generate data on their human capital costs – among other things – which helps create better organisational strategies to boost productivity.

While it is in HR’s best interest to encourage the adoption and usage of these technologies, how can you ensure having a cloud based-system does not compromise information security?

What steps do you need to take to ensure data security, and how can you accurately assess the security competency of your HR cloud system?

At HR Tech Interactive 2014, Asia’s most senior and leading HR technology conference, we’ve gathered a group of HR’s best and brightest in the field of HR tech to deliver their sharpest insights to you.

The interactive conference will feature a special keynote session – specifically devoted to the topic of HRIS on the cloud – and also includes the topic as one of five key roundtable discussion topics to be thoroughly debated and explored over the day.

Don’t miss out on these all-important tips and insights shared by HR leaders. Seating is limited, register now!

HR Tech Interactive 2014 will be held on 21st November at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Singapore.

To receive the full conference agenda, please click here.

For any enquiries, please contact Manuel Almira at +65 6423 0329 or 

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