By Lyle McKarns
In today’s connected world, security is a constant concern. Take for example the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) data breach in 2014, where personal information of an estimated 21.5 million individuals was stolen. The OPM performs background investigations into the suitability of individuals to hold government jobs and obtain security clearance.
If an organization that measures the trustworthiness of an individual is, itself, not trustworthy, what value does it have?