Dec 16, 2016

Cybersecurity Is About Privacy, Empathy, and the Real World — ITSPmagazine | At the Intersection of IT Security & Society™

Technology entrepreneur Vishal Gupta explains how living by the principles of empathizing with the individuals whose data his firm is charged with protecting frames the way he approaches his InfoSec Life.

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