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Most large companies have IT staff members that know they are targets of cybercrime and are aware of the myriad attack angles hackers use. These professionals grapple with problems such as patch management, the selection and configuration of security products, managing an increasing array of mobile devices, insider threats (due to malice as well as ignorance) and a host of other issues that form their overall risk profile and security strategy.
The smallest businesses often assume there is no reason cyber criminals would attack their computer systems, but according to Darin Andersen, they’re at the highest risk.
The future of cyber security depends on awareness and education, not software solutions, according to local industry members who participated in a Daily Transcript executive roundtable.
The growing number of attacks on our cyber networks has become, in President Barack Obama's words, “one of the most serious economic and national security threats our nation faces.” James Loiselle, senior executive for the Space and Communications Systems Group within Accenture National Security Services, agrees.