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Kathleen Richards, features editor Published: 25 Nov 2013

Landing at the top of the information security field takes diligence, guts and a lot of hard work. In fact, many people don't notice information security -- including top executives -- until something goes horribly wrong. What happens next? Many chief information security officers are shown the exits by their employers; 75% of CISOs lose their jobs when a publically disclosed breach occurs without documented test plans, according to Gartner Inc. research. 2013 Security 7 Award winners Ali Youssef: Wi-Fi connectivity puts pressure on healthcare security Jason Witty: Banking on good intelligence George Do: A full-service model for SIEM Timothy Rogers: Secrets of outliers: Privileged users and patterns of deception Philip Scrivano: From ABCs to BYOD Angela Orebaugh: Secure all the (Internet of) Things Nick Duda: Get back to basics for improved network security Everyone in the information security field knows how hard it is to stay ahead of a rapidly evolving threat landscape. Not to mention, emerging technologies, perimeter-less networking environments ... Access >>>

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