Caught in the breach – what to do first

Breaches are a fact of life in a connected world. Experts at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium talk about how to minimize the damage.

By Taylor Armerding
June 6, 2017

To a question from moderator Keri Pearlson, executive director of the MIT Interdisciplinary Consortium on Improving Critical Cybersecurity Infrastructure, about how to cope with the reality that "people are the weakest link" in the security chain, Lugabihl said workers are not entirely at fault. "We haven't fostered an environment that lets them do their jobs," he said. "I've seen security professionals fall for phishing - those are getting more sophisticated. We just need to encourage them to report it. We need to help make things easier and more transparent."

Source: CSO Online

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