Crowdsourcing your security

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The formal security programs at most companies include a finite number of managers and staffers. But the fact is, everyone within an organization should be responsible on some level for contributing to efforts to protect information, physical assets and other property.

Indeed, many security executives have come to rely on a broad “team” within their enterprises to bolster cyber and physical security. But they’re also increasingly looking outside for help, through threat information sharing and other collaborative efforts. For a growing number of enterprises, this all adds up to a security “crowdsourcing” strategy that enables them to have a better chance at stopping attacks and minimizing damage.

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