Schneier says: Technology—our biggest asset. And headache.

It’s happening all around us. Computers are taking roles we never thought they could. They’re our weathermen. Our cashiers. But is cutting people out of the equation really the recipe for security success? Bruce Schneier says, not so much.

In his RSA Conference 2018 session, Security Orchestration and Incident Response, trailblazing cryptography expert Bruce Schneier addresses the common divides between people and the technology used to keep us and our information safe. Taking lessons from some of the world’s largest corporations and world powers, Schneier tells us what it will take to get technology, security and people all playing for the same team.

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