Friday December 13, 2019

Danger in a digital world

4th October, 2015
Dermot Williams, chief executive, Threatscape

Dermot Williams, chief executive of Threatscape, told Connected why data security incidents are repeatedly happening to businesses and individuals.

“I think there are a couple of factors at play,” said Williams. “First of all I think everybody knows that the world is increasingly digital and it’s increasingly connected, so the amount of data being created and stored and available to access, and potentially to access inappropriately, is just spiralling faster than ever before.”...

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