Cyber Crime: A Game of Cat and Mouse

Waters selected three industry experts with three very different opinions on what it will take for financial organizations to mount an effective defense.

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The attacker only needs to get lucky once to get through. To prevent the attacker getting through the organization needs to be 100 percent accurate in what it's doing all the time.

When James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, released the 2015 Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community, it was with no surprise that he identified cyber as the number one threat facing the US.

The question for CISOs and senior cyber security experts is how to get ahead of the curve and move past cyber security's cat-and-mouse game of attack and defend? 

Waters selected three industry experts with three very different opinions on what it will take for financial

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