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Information Security magazine - May 2013 / Volume 15 / No. 4

You can fight compliance or embrace it, but one way or the other, you can’t escape it. Increasingly, smart organizations are not just accepting compliance as a necessary evil, but aggressively teaming with their internal compliance and audit teams to structure security programs both for heightened security and clear compliance deliverables. The cover story tackles not only this shift in emphasis, but also the latest updates in key compliance frameworks, offering guidance on how to position new requirements as an opportunity rather than more paperwork.   Access >>>

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