IT the 'whipping boy' for security breaches

Thursday, 14 April 2005, 11:10 AM EST

IT departments can end up being the whipping boy for security breaches if they don't drive a cultural change within their organization, IDC warned last week.

Senior IT management analyst Peter Hind said security goes beyond the IT department and senior business executives need to take responsibility for threats.

By Siobhan McBride at Computerworld.

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