IT vs Cyber Security, The Main Differences

April 16, 2019

If you have a digital presence in any way, you need both of these departments to keep things running smoothly and safely. IT and cybersecurity have very different roles to play, however, together their functions act as a sort of checks and balances relationship. Download our free infographic to learn how these departments should divide their responsibilities to maximize security.

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