Security: Education just as vital as technology in cyber-fight

Cybercrime policies are only useful if they're implemented correctly, writes JJ Worrall.

1st September, 2012
Sean Reynolds, chief executive with Rits Information Security and Forensics.

That email to inform you that you've won the Spanish lottery - despite the fact that you've never bought a ticket for it - may be a cliche in cybersecurity circles but, unfortunately, it still works on occasion. Sean Reynolds, chief executive with Rits Information Security and Forensics, said that, while companies can have plenty of policies and procedures in place to prevent those rogue emails from harming them, if those rules are not adhered...

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