IT Best Practices: The Security Poverty Line

February 10th, 2014 |
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IT Best Practices: Imagine a security poverty line… below this line are individuals or organizations who do not have the skills, resources or funding to protect, detect and respond to cybersecurity threats. Many organizations and individuals fall below this line. With today’s sharing of customer, supplier, and personal information the individuals and organizations that fall below the security poverty line can put others at risk. Malcolm Harkins, Intel Chief Security and Privacy Officer, talks about how security professionals are obligated to help bring others above the line with security solutions that are built-in to the compute infrastructure.


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