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Joe Stanganelli,
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12/24/2016 | 7:00:54 PM
Bringing offenders to the table via HR
> "To cover up the incident, Ralphie tells his CIO that a falling icicle was responsible for the cybersecurity breach."

On this point, this kind of thing is where HR comes to the table on cybersecurity and creates realistic, workable policies for people who violate IT protocols and rules.  Otherwise, employees won't self report and/or will cover up as best as they can.  Far better to get the truth upfront, in full, and right away than to walk around with a big sword threatening to chop the head off of anyone who violates IT procedures.


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