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A Holistic Approach to Cybersecurity Wellness: 3 Strategies
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7/7/2016 | 1:18:14 PM
Spot on
I love the way you compared IT security to the security of the body. I also think that in IT, like in medicine, you have to look at where an infection can enter. Sure, you want to cover the most common entry points -- in a human: nose, eyes and mouth and in an IT network PCs, laptops and other endpoints. But then you have to think about the less common entryway. Humans can get an infection by getting bit by a bug or getting a scrape or a cut. In an IT network you have to cover lesser-known entry points such as printers or even IoT devices such as HVAC. 

Really great points! Thanks again! 

--Karen Bannan for IDG and HP


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