Andrew Hamilton, CTO of Cybriant, was recently featured by TechRepublic in the following article:
10 bad habits cybersecurity professionals must break
By Alison DeNisco | August 10, 2017, 4:00 AM PST
Demand for cybersecurity professionals continues to rise, with the projected talent gap in the field reaching 1.8 million jobs by 2022. Those that take on these roles play a key role in the enterprise, as the average cost of a data breach worldwide is now $3.62 million.
A number of common mistakes arise in the field that can make your job more difficult and put your company at risk. Here are 10 bad habits cybersecurity workers must break to be most effective in their role.
5. Disregarding the user
Even if your technology is best-in-class, if users aren’t educated on how to act and think with respect to security, there will always be problems, said Andrew Hamilton, CTO of Cybriant.