It’s astounding to me that so many organizations haven’t woken up to the security realities of the 21st century. While cyber criminals and various "hacktivist" groups like Anonymous are a serious threat, more often than not, it’s the careless employee who is responsible for data leakage or the infection of the network with a virus. Just last week, we reported that two U.S. power plants were infected with malware as a result of the use of infected USB drives. In one of the incidents a power plant employee was to blame, while the other was caused by a third-party technician. These types of network intrusions will continue until both companies and their workers take responsibility for cyber security.