Open up the network, that’s how you enable innovation
I have a new research paper in Elsevier’s technical journal, Network Security. Here’s the abstract:
Lock it down! Button it up tight! That’s the default reaction of many computer security professionals to anything and everything that’s perceived as introducing risk. Given the rapid growth of cybercrime such as ransomware and the non-stop media coverage of data theft of everything from customer payment card information through pre-release movies to sensitive political email databases, this is hardly surprising.
The default reaction of many computer security professionals to anything that’s perceived as introducing risk is to lock down the system.
In attempting to lower risk, however, they also exclude technologies and approaches that could contribute significantly to the profitability and agility of the organisation. Alan Zeichick of Camden Associates explains how to make the most of technology by opening up networks and embracing innovation – but safely.
You can read the whole article, “Enabling innovation by opening up the network,” here.