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Data and public-private partnerships are the future of cybersecurity

Cybersecurity has moved front and centre to most organizations' priorities, as a series of large-scale attacks have exposed the potential risks of cybersecurity incidents. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Gary Steele
President & CEO, Splunk, Inc.
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Phishing is by far the most prevalent cybercrime, but almost all are growing in prevalence. Image: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Gary Steele, President & CEO, Splunk, Inc.

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