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In most cases, it’s the same story and the same answer – no. This brings me back to the simple challenge – are we properly training employees and are we being properly supported with our InfoSec budgets? The answer is usually no. It’s time, now, to push for better training, more consistent updates, patches, backups and the latest InfoSec tools we can find to help us in our process – to prove best practices for due care and due diligence. We need to go to our “C” level executives, show them the recent breaches and explain that yes, it could happen to us, if you don’t give us your full support. We need to reduce risk and we need executive level support to do it – both verbally, in writing and in funding. We need these executives to stop calling InfoSec an expensive proposition and show them how a breach is even worse – just look at the CEO of Equifax who was forced to resign after the recent breach. It finally rolls uphill to the “C” levels. Let’s remind them. In addition, please join with us as we continue to share a wealth of information with each other to stay one step ahead of the next cyber threat. We have some amazing writers covering incredibly important and timely topics this month, so please, read on and enjoy! It’s always free so tell your friends to subscribe. Spread the word, with thanks. To our faithful readers, Pierluigi Paganini Pierluigi Paganini, Editor-in-Chief, [email protected] 5 Cyber Defense eMagazine – September 2017 Edition Copyright © Cyber Defense Magazine, All rights reserved worldwide.