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Cybersecurity - How are we going to secure our people at Schneider? How do we ensure them to be secured?
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Posted: 2020-03-2503:54 AM
Again, this is back to the first question on awareness related check, making sure that we are a learning organization.
So again, back to basic principles: cyber is everyone’s responsibility. It is not something happening in a parallel universe, so everybody has to play its role from any employee, any shop flow worker, any sales, front office, any guy up to the top management.
So everyone has a different role to play but raising the awareness, having detection reflects like in safety and this is a great opportunity we have where we see something and we say something as the DNA, and from this DNA we have tremendous opportunities to grow our own pool of talents our own awareness, to combine these safety and cybersecurity DNA.
From a difficulty of combining different species in IT/OT and I will finish with a more positive note, they are good combinations of these DNA that could bring a better and a lot of more attention on what could happen on cyber.