Each month, we ask Fuel members to weigh in with their opinions on the Cybersecurity Question of the Month, and we’re sharing their answers here.
Michelle Malcher, security architect and Fuel vice president, shared her perspective on the most recent Cybersecurity Question of the Month.
According to Radware’s 2016-17 Global Application & Network Security report, by 2021 the cost to combat cybercrime will collectively cost organizations roughly $6 trillion. This figure is double the amount reported in 2015 and represents a growing cost of doing business for companies of all sizes.
For many, the ability to build effective countermeasures can be limited by a number of factors—such as having the right resources in place. However, another limitation is also knowing how to effectively separate fact from fiction. Many cyber security "myths" tend to still be prevalent for organizations today.
What are the most common cyber security myths that you have had to combat within your organization and what approaches have worked best?