Why identity, analytics, and biometrics are key to proactive security

In an age where data breaches are major headlines, getting security right is more of an imperative than ever. But instead of looking at it like a chore, companies should look at better security as a way to make the business better.

“Companies are looking at security a lot differently than they used to,” says Lina Liberti - VP Product Management & Strategy at CA. “When you think back over the years, security used to be the afterthought.”

“Today, things are significantly different. Security is used differently; it's not just about making sure that the bad people can't come in, it's also about making sure that good people can.”


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Dan Swinhoe

Dan is a journalist at CSO Online. Previously he was Senior Staff Writer at IDG Connect.

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