Zero-days, SQL injection, memory overflows and other kinds of creative abuse in the digital domain are a huge concern for many Internet-facing organisations. Commonly, a large proportion of IT budgets are bent towards ways to protect against these threats. Organisations deploy everything from IPS, IDS, SIEM, anti-virus and vulnerability scanners to look for the proverbial needle, and in many cases it’s a core function of IT security’s mandate. Rightly so, as it is an important and timely concern, but should this be our top priority?
Craig Dore |
02 Mar |