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Organizational Security – Whose Job Is It Anyway?

Almost all organizations have some IT/Internet security, and those that are not very small have a dedicated person or a group whose responsibilities include making sure that their network and the data within that network is secure.

Similarly, most organizations have someone who is responsible for physical (traditional) security. One question that’s being discussed more frequently concerns the overlap, if any, between these two functions – physical and cyber security. At first glance, there would seem to be little if any overlap – until we start to pull on that thread a little bit.

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