Security: People are the weakest link

Ian Campbell talks to the chief executive of security group Rits about the importance of bringing employees along on the security journey.

4th December, 2011
Security: People are the weakest link
Sean Reynolds, chief executive, Rits: 'You have to show businesses how authentication provides a bullet-proof layer'. Photo: Maura Hickey

Even now, after a year of high-profile security attacks, a lot of organisations are not taking security as seriously as they should. Sean Reynolds, chief executive of the Rits security group, has been too long in the game to be surprised by people's indifference.

"Just because they know there's a threat, it doesn't mean they take it seriously. A lot of organisations don't see the value, they don't see the risk and they don't believe...

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