With more than 80 million related events occurring annually, cybersecurity is one of the biggest concerns for companies today.1 And since 55 percent of attacks in 2014 were carried out by insiders – actors with either physical or remote internal access to an organization’s systems – it is clear that cyber-attacks do not occur in a vacuum.2
The two distinct, integral parts of any comprehensive risk-management program – physical security and information security – have merged. The convergence of the physical and the digital exposes businesses to new security risks on a daily basis, meaning that organizations must rethink . . .