Tension-by-design is a healthy way to run cybersecurity, say panellists

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The panel consisted of (L to R) Ian Hill (Royal BAM Group), Jan Langham (Flutter Entertainment), Andjela Djukanovic (KPMG) and Erik Vynckier (Foresters Friendly Society)
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The panel consisted of (L to R) Ian Hill (Royal BAM Group), Jan Langham (Flutter Entertainment), Andjela Djukanovic (KPMG) and Erik Vynckier (Foresters Friendly Society)

Managing the friction between compliance and security is all about empathy

Managing friction in cyber security is all about communications and empathy, said panellists at Computing's Cybersecurity Live event. When moderator Graeme Burton asked how panellists manage conflict...

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