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One-Third of Executives Don’t Know Who is Responsible for IoT Security

December 13, 2017 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Threats & Incidents | By IANS Faculty, IANS Faculty

Organizations must have the right leadership and processes in place to drive the security measures required by digital advancements. Many businesses are just beginning this journey. For instance, the ownership of responsibility for IoT security varies depending on the organization. Achieving greater cyber resilience as a society and within organizations will require a more concerted effort to uncover and manage new risks inherent in emerging technologies.
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