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Companies slipping up on cyber security basics

9th April, 2017
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Mark Burke and Carolina Caetano of Get Broadcasting

Cyber security was another topic discussed in great depth at the CIO Summit. Sean Rooney, cyber risk and assurance director at Integrity 360, has more than 17 years’ experience in information security, and specialises in the practical application of ICT security policies and procedures.

He explained the difficulties of keeping up to date on IT security at companies: “There is new stuff to learn constantly. There are staple basics, as well as new technologies.”

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