The article, “Cyber Security Is A Business Risk, Not Just An IT Problem” highlights the that cyber security has many dimensions. With the growth and transition of businesses becoming more digital, this allows the businesses to open themselves to vulnerabilities to hackers. According to Telstra’s Cyber Security report, data shows that 59% of Asian organizations experience data breaches at least once a month. The article explains how cyber security is not only a technology risk, but also, it is a business risk. The article mentions that businesses need to approach cyber security in all aspects of the organization; starting at the IT department, expanding to employee training and exploring security policies, using an un-encrypted device, and even moving to email. A data breach can happen when a person opens a phishing email, or one uses an un-patched device, when ports are left open, and even when one does not lock his or her workstation. Having a secure environment requires input from not only the IT department, but also support from the executive level leaders. Customers and employees, who are not IT related, help this process as well. Keeping a network secure cannot be done by one person, but rather it is a team effort.