A report over at foxbusiness.com explores the worrying trend that companies are becoming reluctant to let customers know about vulnerabilities in their security systems. Fears hackers will exploit these flaws being the main reason for this.
“Definitely, there is more a sense of keeping things closer to the vest,” says Dave Jevans, Founder of IronKey Inc.
Jevans went on to say the reluctance of companies to disclose when they have been attacked is a problem facing security experts.
“Disclosure is a bit of a double -edged sword, but disclosure is good because it forces companies to be more secure, even though it can make them more of a target,”
Be sure to check out the full article at foxbusiness.com