As someone with responsibility over both marketing and security teams, I've noticed some remarkable parallels between the two. The relationship that feels particularly pertinent today is the idea that every employee is responsible for security, not just the IT/security organization.
Rewind to the early 2000s, and accountability for a brand's reputation lay squarely with the marketing department. The most effective ways to shape public perception were through traditional means, using advertising and corporate PR campaigns. Fast forward a decade and everything has changed. With social media accounts and an always-on communications sphere, suddenly every employee has the power to cause a brand crisis and send share prices tumbling. Marketing has had to adjust fast, and there are now all kinds of technologies and ..