Industry decision-makers need to re-think their hiring strategies. Sure, those credentials sound great. Problem is, likelihood of hardened mindsets is enhanced tenfold because of them. While a candidate may have the juice under the hood, this doesn’t necessarily mean they’re willing to hit the gas when it counts. When interviewing seasoned candidates, focus on change.
Sixty-six percent of data protection leaders admit that employees are the weakest link in an enterprise’s security posture, and 55 percent of organizations have had a security incident or data breach due to a malicious or negligent employee, according to the Ponemon Institute’s report on Managing Insider Risk through Training and Culture.
Organizations across America are facing unprecedented challenges in building effective, manageable security programs in order to protect the wide array of sensitive data they are responsible for keeping safe.