20% of Security Personnel Have Seen Their Company Cover Up a Breach
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20% of Security Personnel Have Seen Their Company Cover Up a Breach

When asked what course of action is best when a company suffers a breach, a full 9% responded, “if nobody knows, just keep quiet.”

Source: www.infosecurity-magazine.com

Interesting report concerning organizational behaviour after a security breach. Also interesting to see that security personnel still struggle with insufficient budgets, that is until a breach has happened. Why is it so hard to learn from other peoples misfortune?

See on Scoop.itSecure communication

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20% of Security Personnel Have Seen Their Company Cover Up a Breach