There’s no question that people are the weakest link in Cybersecurity. So we invest in educating people about security risks and how to handle them. We try building cybersecurity champions who can help spread the word about good security practices. We introduce incentive programs for “security-first” behaviors. However, the results are still disappointing and prove that computers are designed to be secure while people are not. Can we do better? How can we make security a foundation of our organizations and help ensure that we can continue to grow with confidence?
- Abiodun Morolari, Chief Information Security Officer, City of Toronto
- John Virden, Assistant Vice President for Security, Compliance, and Risk Management and CISO, Miami University
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