Individual errors have to be avoided

Human error can lead to gaps appearing in your company’s security apparatus, so forewarned is forearmed, writes Quinton O’Reilly

18th February, 2018
Angela Madden, managing director, Rits Information Security Pic: Maura Hickey

The one thing every business has in common with each other is that they’re made up of people, and it’s important not to forget about them in your security plans.

Security can be boiled down into three main categories: people, processes and technology. The first part of that can be a greater issue than expected, as many enterprise apps and services share the same characteristics as personal apps such as Facebook,...

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