The Cyber Threat Summit 2014: Boardroom buy-in needed for true security

As high-profile IT security breaches continue to make the news, experts in the field urge companies to adopt a joined-up approach to dealing with cyber threats.

7th September, 2014
Dermot Hayden, country head of IT security specialist Sophos.

For many Irish companies, IT security is something solely for the IT department to worry about.

Corporate technology is there to make the business run smoothly and once it does, nothing else matters. But when it comes to security, the truth is that in the event of a major security breach, the proverbial buck will stop with the executives running the company, not the guys in the IT department.

According to Dermot Hayden, country head...

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