Cybersecurity is about protecting the house, the corporation — the people, process, technology and the data, writes Harley Lippman, Founder and CEO of Genesis10, in an article at PaymentsSource.com.
Sounds basic, but breakdowns in the process of applying software patches consistently and timely have contributed to approximately 70 percent of successful cyberattacks which are exploiting known vulnerabilities in systems where readily available patches have not been applied.
In the article, Big Breaches Make Data Part of the Security House, Lippman describes how rapid changes in technology are increasing risk for companies, and he shares his ideas for developing a holistic cybersecurity defense strategy. To learn more, read the article.
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