Plugging the gap in security

The culture you place in a company will determine just how good it is at preventing and dealing with threats, says Ergo’s Colin Keenan

12th March, 2017
Colin Keenan, security consultant, Ergo

No matter what part of security you talk about, the solutions will always come back to people. They’re the difference between a company being safe and being infected in a number of ways, but something worth noting is how many of breaches are caused accidentally. A recent stat from Microsoft says that 50 per cent of the worst breaches in 2015 “were caused by inadvertent human error” which suggests education and awareness need to be...

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