'Everyone should own a data breach' so that blame isn't pinned on any one person

Sooraj Shah
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Websense's Neil Thacker: companies should have a list of 'asset owners' to thwart attacks - but that will make it hard to pinpoint blame in event of a breach

Everyone in an organisation should "own" a data breach, so that the blame isn't pinned on any one person, according to Neil Thacker, information security and strategy officer EMEA at Websense. T...

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