Excerpt from Executive Alliance
By David X Martin
Digital communication adds additional functionality and control – but also creates new vulnerabilities. For example, consider the possibility of your Easy Pass being used by law enforcement to issue speeding tickets. Or another frightening possibility: instead of a cyber-attack that deletes or releases stolen data, the next wave of attacks will merely change digital data to compromise its integrity so that, you no longer can rely on the data in your own system.
It is impossible to centrally control every connection with employees and clients – therefore a new approach is required. A company’s cyber security program needs to encompass a cyber-wellness approach in which everyone in the firm is responsible for the risks they undertake.
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