The security industry must rebuild its narrative to attract more raw talent at all levels You don’t have to go far these days to find security professionals complaining about skills...
Author: Jean-Christophe Gaillard
This is not just about tech, and there is no tech silver bullet which can buy you cyber resilience The COVID crisis is presenting most businesses with unprecedented situations –...
The COVID crisis is presenting most organisations with unprecedented situations, but it does not make cyber security less of a priority. On the contrary, cyber security – whether it is in support of remote working, e-commerce or digitalised supply chains – will be a pillar of the “new normal”. Now is the time to deal with it strategically, and from the top down.
Two recent reports highlight the current cyber security paradox: While the COVID pandemic has turned business and society upside down, well-established cyber security practices – some known for decades – remain the best way to protect yourself.
For any organisation above a certain size, effective and efficient protection can only result from the layered application of protective measures at people, process and technology level. And in that order.
Taking a pure operational approach to cyber security fails because it downgrades a complex matter and negates its true dimension. It is not – and has never been – a purely technical problem.