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Cybersecurity lessons for 2020 and beyond

Good cybersecurity has tremendous potential to improve society, business and services we use every day. Because of its very nature, though, it involves discussion of bad actors and defensive measures, which can easily skew public perception. Indeed, big breaches seem to be occurring more and more frequently, and the bad guys are always in the headlines, making it all the more important to pause and take stock of the situation. In October, international stakeholders from academia, industry and government gathered in Japan for the third annual Cyber3 Conference Tokyo 2017. The two-day event was held at Keio University in conjunction

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Cyberattacks Are Inevitable — Until We Stop Playing The Blame Game

As organizations around the world begin to take cybersecurity threats more seriously, large-scale attacks like the recent breach of a major credit reporting agency seem to be happening more frequently. At the same time, there’s increased focus on who’s responsible for security vulnerabilities. The aforementioned Equifax attack exposed the personal data of as many as 143 million Americans, triggered a lawsuit by the state of Massachusetts as well as at least 50 class-action suits, Federal Trade Commission and FBI investigations and questions from a Senate oversight committee. Also in September, one of the world’s largest accounting firms was hit by

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