“We’re in a pre-9/11 moment,” warned Mike Wallace, a member of the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), at the White House on August 22.
The MIT Technology Review says selling shoddy security software could put you on the hook for big payouts.
In a sign of shifting times, many traditional cybersecurity firms are now offering warranty and insurance provisions to their products that allow their clients to pass on any hacking-related expenses, per the MIT Technology Review. This is certainly another pointer to how the increasingly awakened market is attempting to mitigate the ineffectiveness of software security “solutions.”
Check out the full article from the MIT Technology Review.