The most common risk is not always the most impactful (and vice versa). This is why security teams should conduct this exercise to best determine which risks to tackle first. Credit: VideoFlow/Adobe Stock The most common risk is not always the most impactful (and vice versa). This is why security teams should conduct this exercise to best determine which risks to tackle first. (Credit: VideoFlow/Adobe Stock)

As organizations realize that 68% cybersecurity incidents and breaches are a result of lapses in security judgment rather than absence of some technology tool, the notion of having a healthy security culture is being recognized as a major line of defense and a key part of a defense-in-depth approach.

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