The Important Lesson We Learn From Apple iPhones

April 11, 2016 — Leave a comment

applephoneThe FBI has Broken Into the iPhone

You’ve probably heard, but keep reading. There’s an important lesson to be learned here. Amidst all of the bantering back and forth on what’s right, what the law says, and what Apple should or should not do – don’t miss the important point.

Encryption and Passwords don’t actually work.

This is the point of the talks I do at executive lunch & learns. This is the reason we have high conversion rates on signing up security assessments.  Good security requires more than good encryption.  It requires someone watching.

Did you notice how long it took for someone to break in?  Just a few weeks – boom, game over.

Protection, Detection, and Response are all necessary if you plan to secure something. A device left out for others to access (which would be anything connected to the Internet), is vulnerable.

Want to know more about this?…Next week I will be doing a third session – LiveCast on how technology resellers can capitalize on this one truth – moving new prospects to action.   (Sponsored by Check Point Software).

Yes! I Want to Attend… <<< You Can Sign Up Here!

Copyright 2016, David Stelzl

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