Network Security: It's Only Human

Human Error blamed for most network security issues.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted May 20, 2011
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A survey of more than 100 information security professionals on why businesses struggle with network security management has revealed human error to be the primary reason for network security disruptions. Conducted by network security policy management leader Algo Sec, the survey found that increasingly complex corporate networks play a role in the high percentage of human error reports PR USA.


"Network and security managers are faced with an evolving landscape of both internal and external threats to corporate data,’ said Prof. Avishai Wool, AlgoSec's CTO. ‘At the same time, their corporate networks are constantly changing to adapt to the needs of the business -- this could be working with new business partners, acquiring another company, or simply adding credit card data to the mix. Managing the sheer number of devices, not to mention the changes that these devices undergo, is a daunting task for any organization."

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