Security myopia and brushes with c-level insanity

Friday, 14 March 2008, 12:45 AM EST

Over the past few years, I've read many articles bemoaning huge losses due to corporate security incidents. I would often ask myself, "How could this have happened?"

After recently attending a security conference, I believe I've found the answer. I sat in a room full of members of the C-suite. For those not up on current jargon, these C-Level folks are our CISOs, CIOs, SOs and so on. As we went around the room and heard from each member, I was nearly sickened by what I heard.

At ENP.

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