For too many organisations, security and data protection are treated as impediments, the cost of doing business counted in lost pounds, dollars and euros. With the proliferation of devices and an expansion of the IT estate, the sense that security is a necessary but unwelcome overhead has only solidified.
It’s time to flip this thinking on its head. And that’s we sought to do at a specially-convened CBR Dining Club, in association with Intel.
Setting the scene, Richard Curran, Security Officer at Intel, made the argument for security as an enabler and for the chief information security officer (CISO) as a