During a CXOCIETY panel discussion on cybersecurity, the senior systems manager in charge of IT Security & Risk Management for a government department in Hong Kong raised an interesting observation: organisations have allocated sizeable portions of the annual IT budget on information security, and yet they continue to be plagued with countless cybersecurity attacks. He was concerned, not so much at the frequency of the attacks, but at the extent to which human intervention had to be called upon to intervene. He queried whether the technology or countermeasures is failing to keep up with the evolving threat landscape. “Security and [...]
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