Joseph “J” Kinder was featured in Homeland Security Today in which he provided insights into why the adaptation and implementation of a strong cyber security posture is crucial for organizations. J stated that companies must “eat their own cyber dog food,” otherwise they may find themselves on the wrong side of a hack or breach.
“Be prepared to recognize that in some instances, the vulnerability and probability of an exploit of a critical segment of your system may require new resources—lots of new resources, and senior executives need to make that risk decision. Don’t be tricked into falling into the “low hanging fruit” trap, and fix the easy stuff first unless you are simultaneously aligning or finding the resources to find and fix the hard stuff too.”
Read the full article: Eating Your Own Cyber Dog Food: An Inward Look At Cybersecurity