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Re: Re: security not a big priority?
From: "Jax Lion" <jv4l1n4 () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 11:23:46 -0500
You can make the business case - All it takes is one security breach
and <insert name> University will make the Headline news and Front
"We never had a security problem before"
"Security just slow us down"
"Who should I bill for the overhead cost?"
"This is the way, we've been doing it and it works!"
"I have IP tables that's a firewall!"
"I have antivirus, I'm secured"
"I need this site launched now, or we will lose money! I'll get the
security review later"
"What do you mean, I can't have admin rights - I can't do my job!"
Although, I'm in a different industry, trying to convince management
to invest in security is also a very slow process. But that's part of
the challenge being security professionals. The job is never easy, but
somebody has got to do it.
On 17 Feb 2007 06:50:55 -0000, Anonymous () msn com <Anonymous () msn com> wrote:
I work for one of the biggest universities in the US and they barely care about security, so I think you may be in for an up hill
battle. I've been trying for years without any luck, the same story comes back from managment over and over, "we never had
any security problems so why should we invest money to prevent them" and thats a direct quote from more than one person in
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