Ethics, Security and Getting the Job Done
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We surveyed over 1000 people at RSA 2015 to find out their thoughts on security and ethics in the workplace. Some key findings from this study:
- 20% of respondents have witnessed a company hide or cover up a breach.
- Over half of security professionals utilize hacker forums or associate with blacklist to keep abreast of the latest threats and technologies
- Most believe the CISO (chief information security officer) should be ultimately accountable for a breach
- Security breaches are used as leverage to increase security budgets.
Many companies are realizing that being breached or suffering an incident is the part of the cost of business - however, when the inevitable does occur the security teams still find themselves under considerable pressure which can contribute to breaches being hidden or vulnerabilities ignored.
It provides a glimpse into the struggles of professionals working in a very young industry that has been thrust into the forefront of business, politics and media.
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