The Winston-Salem Journal wrote a summary of yesterday's Chamber Tech Council panel discussion on cyber security.
From the article:
The cost of fending off cyber threats to businesses is increasing, a panel of local technology officials and analysts said today.
But compared with repairing cyber damage--whether to business and customer information, trade secrets and lost trust--companies are more willing to absorb the expense.
The panel spoke at the quarterly Tech Council presentation sponsored by the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce.
"It is less costly to be proactive than reactive to cyber threats," said Chris Summers, an Associate Director of Enterprise Architecture for Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.
Read the entire article here.