Security: Rules of engagement for protecting IT

Seven months after RSA fell victim to a security attack, company president Thomas Heiser spoke on stage in London about some hard-learned lessons. "Never let a crisis go to waste," he said. "It forc

4th December, 2011
Security: Rules of engagement for protecting IT
Thomas Heiser, president, RSA: 'Contemporary attackers have gained the upper hand'.

Seven months after RSA fell victim to a security attack, company president Thomas Heiser spoke on stage in London about some hard-learned lessons. "Never let a crisis go to waste," he said.

"It forced us to come up with ideas that were created in hours and days, instead of weeks and months."

Heiser outlined five practices that were now central to RSA's approach that he said every organisation should adopt.

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