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Training your staff is the first step in fighting and defeating cyber attacks

Ensuring the right attitude of people in an organisation to security is essential

20th September, 2015
Sean Rooney, cyber risk and assurance director, Integrity 360

With an ever-growing list of cyber threats confronting Irish companies, many are falling at the first hurdle of online self-protection – educating their staff. That’s the message from Sean Rooney, cyber risk and assurance director of managed IT security specialist Integrity 360.

“When we look at the optimum security mix of people, processes and technology, many organisations seem to be ignoring the crucial people part. There needs to be more work done to raise...

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