Increased connectivity and data use have greatly heightened the risk of a major security breach. But on top of the requisite technological protections, one of the best security defenses organizations can have is a “culture of security,” says Robert Coles, chief information security officer at GlaxoSmithKline. He and Sigal Barsade, a Wharton management professor, and Sheetal Mehta, global head of enterprise security solutions at Wipro Technologies, delve into this idea in this CIO Series article, produced by Knowledge@Wharton and sponsored by Wipro.
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