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Cybersecurity's 'Moral Imperative'

Cybersecurity professionals often talk about the economic drivers of security. But should the conversation shift to include a moral component? At least one analyst says "yes."
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J@wn007
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10/31/2019 | 2:39:42 PM
CISSP Ethics
My old ISC2 card used to state I promised to uphold the "highest ethical standards", not simply the most financially conveinent ones.
ChrisK92103
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10/30/2019 | 5:50:05 PM
Efficacy is a moral responsibility-
We now live in a such a competitve era that I worry sometimes we rush securty capability and product out the door without adequete QC.  It takes proper moral fiber to invest richly and deeply in quality assurance, customer success, and verifying that security technolgies are fit for purpose.  The company bottom line needs to be as important as these things, and this value makes the company's product more valuable.
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