Time to Come to Terms with Online Attitudes Towards Digital Security

| November 23, 2016

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The thing that IT security professionals have in common with most police officers is that they are both committed to protect and serve a constituency that doesn’t always see or appreciate their efforts unless something goes horribly wrong. In both cases, it’s often a thankless job that the average person isn’t even aware of as they go about their daily routine.

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