Reuters Interviews McConnell on U.S. Companies Dealing with Hackers
News | September 02, 2014
Bruce McConnell, senior vice president at the EastWest Institute, says U.S. companies are spending heavily on cybersecurity but failing to keep up with global hackers eager to exploit security holes.
"It's a cat and mouse game—the hackers make a move, we defend [ourselves] against it, and then they make another move," says McConnell. "It's very easy to get into the business of hacking these days—the barriers to entry are low, and it's a constant struggle."