A chain is only as strong as its weakest link In the past few years, leaders have accepted that the human error is the biggest security risk to an organization, and organizations have responded with valuable policies and programs such as security awareness training and multi-factor authentication. Necessary, but not sufficient. Organizations must continue implementing more robust security measures, expanding…

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For the past two decades myself and a handful of others have been preaching the fact that organizations must look at security through a different set of glasses. For too many years we’ve been enamored with the bright shiny objects created by Symantec, IBM, Checkpoint and other technology companies where they want to keep the…

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Cybersecurity is getting a lot more attention these days, even if it is not all the attention it deserves.  (Did you know that breaches are still increasing faster than spending on cybersecurity?  Some of the best data in this space comes from the federal government – here’s a good synopsis:  Federal Cybersecurity Breaches Mount Despite…

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