Security Pros @ Black Hat Say C-Suite Has “Head in the Sand,” Not Paranoid Enough
DomainTools, the leader in domain name and DNS research, today released its first annual BSides survey revealing that 35 percent of security experts believe leadership within their organization lacks a “healthy paranoia,” with 21 percent of leadership “relying on hope as a strategy” to avoid a cyber security breach. Conducted live during the week of Black Hat, the findings indicate that nearly half of those polled worry that the DNA of their organization is not security-driven, citing a “lack of situational awareness” within the company. Not surprisingly, the number one complaint was that the leadership team was making decisions without involving the security team – those closest to the risk. Read More.