5 High-Risk Security Blunders of Senior Managers

In a recent survey, many senior leaders admitted to frequently engaging in high-risk behavior.
January 10, 2014

Forty-five percent of leaders say they are responsible for protecting companies against security attack. That number should be higher.

"The responsibility for information security falls on everyone across the organization," concludes the report, "but companies that do it most effectively have security ingrained in their culture, starting from the top."

While the study was not broken down into sectors, Friedberg knows from his experience in the field that financial service firms are more adherent to corporate policies, which are also typically more robust than other industries.

Read more about this study here.

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