While an unidentified hacker didn’t steal any data or valuable information in the Rutgers University breach last spring, the University is shelling out to keep it from happening again.
“It’s about time that Rutgers and other universities start to address this issue. To a great extent, most organizations haven’t put in the infrastructure they need...in before the event, before something happens, and now they’re doing it as the when the barn door has opened and all the horses have left.
It is important they do it for future problems, which they will have, there’s no question about it. We live in a 24/7 world today and they, as well as everyone else, will have other issues in the cyber arena,” said Richard Torrenzano.