Stop blaming the end-user for security failings

13/09/2021 | BCS

In a blog post, the BCS highlight the importance of protecting the most vulnerable, which is why security education and awareness campaigns should target leaders, managers, architects, operators, administrators and developers. IT needs to bring information security and privacy-by-design techniques into the core of the systems lifecycle and stop blaming the user. "When a bridge collapses, does anyone blame the drivers who used the bridge?" 

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