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Shifting the cost of security

Tom Henderson | July 13, 2016
Security teams fight a constant battle—and spends lots of money—preventing cyberattacks. We need to shift the burden and have prosecutors go after cyber criminals.

This means forcing agencies to talk to each other rather than performing their duties monolithically like little principalities. It means crossing the political aisle for the common good-mutual asset protection, and yes, trust-something seemingly dissolved in the current political atmosphere.

Where does it start? At the ground level-you and me. The fiefdoms aren't going to start talking to each other until we vote for public policy advocates who share both the need and the common desire to cross political boundaries for the public good.

Source: NetworkWorld


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