Security: Strategy is key in fighting cybercrime

Both Irish and international organisations have to find the correct strategy to fight cybercrime effectively, writes JJ Worrall.

1st September, 2012
Robert McArdle, advanced senior threat research manager, Trend Micro.

Before Croke Park decided to end the tradition of fans invading the pitch at the end of an All-Ireland final, one of the great sights of the day was always the stadium's big screens flashing the security message for stewards to go to "Plan B'. In the ensuing chaos, that plan was basically to protect players and team management from being swamped by fans.

A similar security message is being sounded out by cybercrime experts...

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