3 common security issues to avoid when using traditional RPA

SIMON SHAH | March 5, 2018

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Efficiency is a byword for any discussion around RPA and robotics but isn’t necessarily one that works in perfect harmony with other enterprise needs - specifically those of security and governance. But failing to put appropriate security measures in place can lead to a single disastrous incident from which it takes years to recover.

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