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Cybersecurity Industry: It's Time to Stop the Victim Blame Game
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2/27/2020 | 3:46:34 PM
Security program
A better approach we can all take is being a strategic partner, helping to reduce complexity, and building a base of longer-term trust. Agree. Having a security program rather than tools to cover the holes.
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2/27/2020 | 3:44:12 PM
Top priority
Indeed, ransomware actors take advantage of the very fact that companies must prioritize their core business functions over security We can not expect companies making security top priority, they can not say in business with that approach obviously.
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2/27/2020 | 3:42:02 PM
Security perimeter
Organizations are struggling with an ever-expanding security perimeter it is now every employee with a device Important point to make. It goes beyond individuals devices. Cloud and IoT is big part of it.
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2/27/2020 | 3:39:22 PM
Core business
While cybersecurity may be our primary focus, core business functions consume the majority of an organization's resources. Most business are not in cybersecurity business but that does not mean they can avoid it.
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2/27/2020 | 3:27:21 PM
Not addressing issues
Many of these potentially affect us and those we know, and often some concern about a potential vulnerability remains left unaddressed by the company in question. Agree. Companies tend to do quick patch on the technology and forget a pig the princesses that put them in that situation in the first place.


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