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SAP NS2’s Mark Testoni: Security Culture Should Extend to Corporate Leadership

Jeff Brody
Mark Testoni

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 28, 2020 — Mark Testoni, CEO at SAP National Security Services and a 2020 Wash100 winner, has said companies should establish a security culture that involves senior executives and board of directors.

He described cybersecurity as cultural and noted that organizations need to understand that technology platforms serve as tools to thwart cyber threat actors who continue to pursue targets in the business world, Dark Reading reported Jan. 16.

"I think we have to evolve the debate from whether we do cyber in organizations to how we can create value from it," Testoni added,

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