The current concern by Prieur Leary over the security of IT systems mirrors the current state of information technology in the world. If IT is to have a future, the problem of hacking must be addressed successfully. If that doesn’t happen, the risks could make the current openness of the online world a thing of the past. Prieur Leary understands that the greatest security problems are not because of the machines used, but the people who are involved in these systems at every level.
Information technology (IT) is often used as term to describe computers and computer networks, but it can also refer to other types of technology, as well, including telephone, audio and video systems and even security devices and systems. Because Prieur Leary understands that cybersecurity is the greatest challenge faced by IT, he has been very diligent when it comes to that area of the information technology space. And because the weakness in every IT system is often the people who use it, and not the devices and machines, that quest is unlikely to end anytime soon, which is why Prieur Leary’s efforts at securing IT will always be welcome.
Cybersecurity holds extra importance for Prieur Leary, in part because he also works for clients as a financial advisor. Any level of laxity in the information technology space could cost his financial services clients a whole lot of money. Since his mission in the financial industry is to increase his clients’ wealth, filing in the attempt to keep information and data secure would go against that mission and clients would not likely stick around. Cybersecurity is a seemingly never-ending quest to keep up with the myriad tools and methods hackers use to defeat security and attempt to gain control of information in an IT system.
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