Who ‘owns’ an investigation into a security breach?

Taylor Armerding writes:

The last things an organization needs when launching an investigation into any kind of security breach are confusion and disorganization.

If it is not clear who is really in charge, or what responsibilities fall to what departments, that is adding trouble to trouble.

But that, according to the Security Executive Council (SEC), an Atlanta-based research and advisory firm, is too often the case.

Read more on CSO Online.

About the author: Dissent

Comments are closed.