With the ever increasing threat of cyber crime knocking on one’s door, many large organizations are reliant on IT security teams to protect their vast network from attack… But what happens when a breach has occurred? Can an individual be held accountable, or is it fair to put the responsibility entirely on your security team?
You’ve Been Breached: Who should be held accountable?
SC Magazine UK • Mar 03, 2017
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