Groom principal Allison Itami’s remarks on cybersecurity that were made during her presentation, “Vetting Providers’ Cybersecurity Processes,” were cited by Chief Investment Officer in the article, “How To Vet a Provider’s Cybersecurity Processes.”
According to Chief Investment Officer, Itami said that “one task for providers is to guard against threats from employees and other insiders,” and that “in-house folks can pose a risk of theft or fraud.”
The outlet reported that Itami warned, “‘As long as humans are involved,’ cyber vulnerabilities will be around, and a lot is at stake.”
“If you lose money or have a data breach, trust is eroded.” Itami included.
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