Business Insider | Jeffrey Kutler
There is an adage, often invoked in sports, that the best defense is a good offense. Control the ball or the pace of the game, and your opponent can’t do the same. The idea applies in many contexts — corporate, political, military and, as is becoming more and more apparent, cybersecurity. So powerful and persistent are hacking and malware threats that strategists are questioning the wisdom of maintaining a purely defensive posture. Read More.