Tending to fences

When talking about cybersecurity, the analogy is made to castle walls.  Like most analogies, it’s true and it isn’t.

Hackers Found Holes In Bank Network,”The Wall Street Journal, May 1, 2017 A1.  Security at the SWIFT network buildings is really tight, as one would expect for a large company whose business is the electronic transfer of “money” across national boundaries.  But apparently, some of the national banks using this service are not as diligent in managing their own security.

Pesky users!

Providing, and denying, access to information are key parts of information governance.  But how do you do that for third parties?  And how do they do it for themselves?

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