The Value of Integrity, and What it Means for Security

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The word ‘integrity’ comes from the Latin ‘integer,’ meaning complete, or whole (the same source as the mathematical term for a whole number). A person with integrity, then, is someone who has a fully developed moral character. A person without gaps, who isn’t prone to dishonesty, cheating, lying, stealing, or other moral shortcomings. This is especially important in the context of cybersecurity, where a lack of integrity from an employee or even a department can lead to a huge security breach.

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