PwC, Interbrand, Symantec and the Institute of Risk Management talk security, crisis control and planning for the ‘absolute worst’.
"It’s the large-scale cybersecurity breaches that make the headlines:Target, Adobe, Sony and the recent concerns about the Heartbleed bug being obvious examples.
Yet businesses of every size are grappling with how to secure their networks, devices and data. A roundtable this week in London organised by Symantec – disclosure: the company sponsors The Guardian's Secure + Protect blog – explored the issues.
Participants included Graham Hales, global CMO at Interbrand; Richard Horne, partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers; Richard Anderson, chairman of the Institute of Risk Management; and Sian John, senior cyber security strategist at Symantec. It was moderated by Tim Weber, director at Edelman.
Here are 10 of the main talking points from the event"