Discover the primary reason why your employees don't comply with your security policies.
In this anonymized case study, you will discover how executives and their uninformed choices can lead to wasting resources and compromise the security of their company.
Find out how constantly reacting to crises can lead to decreased productivity and efficiency, as well as burnout and stress among employees. The post argues that breaking the cycle of fire-fighting and implementing proactive problem-solving strategies can ultimately benefit a company's bottom line and security.
When an organization has a fire-fighting culture, it means they are dealing with problems in a rushed and reactive way. This often leads to only partially fixing problems, causing them to come back or new problems to arise.
Cybersecurity is a buzzword these days. There's no one definition of it. The term appeared sometime around 1994. Still, after almost 30 years, we can't even agree on how to spell it.
The Information Security industry is in chaos.