When it comes to infosecurity, we often equate treating data like money. And rightfully so. After all, data is valuable. Not to mention the human hours devoted to safeguarding an organization’s data.
However, when a well-orchestrated attack happens to destroy an organization’s data, rather than for financial gain, we wondered if data is really worth more than money.
Sure you can quantify the cost of tools, equipment, hours spent protecting data, but what about intellectual and emotional labor? How do we assign proper value to the creative essence and spirit of what makes our data valuable?
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Panelists: Mike Buckbee, Kilian Englert, Mike Thompson