Well, InfoSec is well and truly underway here in London. One of the big bits of news flying around is that internal threats are still the biggest security risk for firms, according to a recent survey of law enforcers, government officials and industry experts.
And with the introduction of new legislation like Sarbanes-Oxley and Basel II, responsibility is going all the way to the top.
In the survey, three-quarters of respondents said that the board should be held responsible for any security breaches, although 90 percent said the IT department was the biggest factor in ensuring security is not compromised.
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