What cyber security pain points do you experience?

Hi wonderful people!

I am looking to start a cyber security business and, to help determine what the focus of the business should be, I would like to know what pain points you experience in your day to day work in terms of managing cyber security?

Alternatively, what cyber security services or software would you like to see that would make your personal or professional life easier??

Thanks in advance for your time!


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The problem is bigger than that. Also, link free discussion.

That cyber security is not well defined so like the beast HYDRA (All hail...) you can cut all the heads and they grow back or new ones.

Also a recent exploit for TFA surfaced so that's fun too. It's not a technical exploit but socially engineered which your common cyber security services can't handle.

Remember Dave?

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Thanks so much for your reply R. Proffitt! That is a great cartoon!

Yes, social engineering is the trojan horse of the cyber age!

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