Cracking Security Misconceptions

Untangling Common Myths About Modern Information Security

Cracking Security Misconceptions

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As stories continue to mount about security breaches in organizations and government agencies—such as the 2016 US Department of Justice hack—many people believe there’s really nothing they can do about it. Fact is, you can do quite a bit. In this report, security professional Andrew Peterson addresses several widespread misconceptions about the hacking world so that you can be better prepared to join the fight.

You may believe hackers today are too clever and attacks are too sophisticated for you to do anything, or that your organization isn’t worth a hacker’s time. But that isn’t the case.

All organizations—from small, owner-operated businesses to large, multinational corporations—own data worth stealing and are potential, and even likely, targets for an attack. If you’re ready to take security seriously, you need to involve everyone in the company, including security and non-security professionals alike. This report provides you with an accurate picture, rather than conjecture or half-truths propagated by the media.

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Andrew Peterson

Andrew Peterson is the CEO and founder of Signal Sciences, a startup focusing on web application defense and security monitoring. Previously he lead a 75 person product development group at Etsy focused on global growth. Prior to Etsy he worked in Tanzania with the Clinton Foundation to improve the data quality of the Tanzanian national health information system. Before his work at the Clinton Foundation, Andrew worked with Google AdSense’s sales and product teams and was responsible for $100 million book of business. He holds a B.A. in Science, Technology, and Society from Stanford University with an emphasis on Human Computer Interaction through the Stanford