HR Should Own Cybersecurity, not IT
By Peter Purcell/
May 04, 2018

Companies are finally realizing Cybersecurity is not just an IT problem, but an overarching business problem. While having the proper security tools in place might make a company “compliant” in their industry, compliant does not equal secure. Why? Because of humans: human error, lack of training and knowledge, improper training, lack of ownership – the list goes on. So who (person or department) should OWN Cybersecurity in a company? Bill Aimone and Peter Purcell debate the topic in this podcast episode.


 

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