Stop blaming the user for cybersecurity failings

John Leonard
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Panellists look at ways of instilling an organisation-wide security culture

There is an unfortunate tendency to blame the user for IT security gaffes such as falling for a phishing email or writing passwords on a post-it note. But what this finger pointing really shows up ...

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