How to tackle the “blame culture” in cyber security

Are we too quick to point the finger and play the blame game after a breach? How is blame culture is undermining cyber security?

Vicki Gavin, Security, Privacy and Resilience – Advisor / Thought Leader, Thom Langford, Founder, TL(2) and Anna Delaney, Editor, teiss, discuss why the blame game doesn’t work and where the focus would be better placed after a cyber catastrophe. 

The article discussed in the video is, “Capital One Data Breach: What Went Wrong for the Financial Giant“.

This Security Leaders’ Video Roundtable was filmed at #teissR3 in September 2019.

Round table – How to tackle blame culture_Final Cut_PS from Business Reporter Film and Video on Vimeo.

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