When it comes to security, culture is key

Security threats may come and go, but the core to good security will always be people, according to Angela Madden, managing director of Rits Information Security

12th March, 2017
Angela Madden, managing director, Rits Information Security

With online connectivity bringing with it new threats, most businesses will have to deal with the likes of DDoS, malware and ransomware on a regular basis.

Yet in the day-to-day running of a company, security is usually found near the bottom of the list of priorities, both for businesses and employees.

If any business wants to be properly protected, ensuring its work culture is more security-minded is a major step forward. Angela Madden, managing director...

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