November 02, 2015 | SC Media

Print Issue: November 02, 2015

(Cyber)crime and punishment

For organizations that suffer a data breach, the penalty typically involves a clean up and making good on the damage to their reputation. But is that enough to encourage better security controls? Karen Epper Hoffman finds out.

Top priority: Government

There’s nothing like a breach – or two – to galvanize the federal government to contain risk and strengthen its cybersecurity posture. DHS’s Gregory Touhill says his agency is on the case. Ashley Carman reports.

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