The county CISO discusses how real-world scenarios can help decision-makers understand cyber threats.
Executive support is crucial for effective cyber security. In this interview from the Orlando Special Districts Summit, Peter Miller, chief information security officer for Orange County, Fla., talks about how he uses real-world scenarios to help decision-makers understand cyber threats. These activities include simulated hacking of corporate email accounts and demonstrations of how cyber crooks could gather personal information from county leaders. In addition, Miller says, the county runs an intense anti-phishing campaing aimed at educating vulnerable employees.
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