Your greatest cyber threat comes from within

Create firewalls, encrypt mobile phones, beef up email security, and you’ve begun to protect yourself digitally. There is one factor, however, that means you will never be fully protected – people

29th October, 2017
Jenny Radcliffe, social engineering expert, believes people are the best way for criminals to exploit an organisation

Lock the doors, close the windows, set the alarm and your building is secure. Create firewalls, encrypt mobile phones, beef up email security, and you’ve begun to protect yourself digitally. There is one factor, however, that means you will never be fully protected – people.

As technology advances, security for that technology will get better in parallel.

It’s an arms race, but one in which organisations will, to a large degree, have to...

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