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CommentsI think the answer is simple, education of the workforce.
The best technology will not prevent the lack of security done by uninformed workers on the need for the upmost security.
Technology not the answer, it is education.
The author of this article is trying to promote
his own technology while ignoring what is really the big problem.
Posted by TRYINTOMAKEABUCK on 12/15 at 11:26 AM | #
Breach at Naval Intelligence Signals Glaring Weakness in Cyber Security and Data Management
Posted by Guest Column on Dec 12, 2012 at 10:06 PM
Policy alone is NOT enough. Without the proper technology, the strictest of security protocols are nothing more than unenforceable guidelines
Over the past few weeks, news of a treasonous security breach at Naval Intelligence has dominated the headlines. In case you missed it - Canadian Navy intelligence officer, Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle, pleaded guilty last month to passing classified information to Russia.More...
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