Lost in Translation: Speaking the Same Cybersecurity Language in Your Office by Pauline Farris

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According to most of those “in the know,” the most common causes of data breaches are employee activity on company systems (either on work computers or BYOD), backdoors through downloads, and lack of security on the part of third-party vendors. And stats from the first half of 2018 show that there was a total of 658 cyber attacks reported by large enterprises. This does not include those smaller breaches that are never publicly reported, of which there are huge numbers. Smaller organizations may notify their customers/clients but not the “whole world.” Clearly, there is work to be done. And as hackers become more sophisticated, the measures that must be taken to monitor, detect, and take action when threats occur must become more sophisticated too. But the IT department can’t do it all. If you are a member of an IT department, or a security consultant, you know this. Getting everyone....

February 5, 2019
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