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Published: 20 Oct 2012

Security professionals can rely on the same models and frameworks used by traditional business to earn a seat at the table. Information security has evolved in the past 10 years from a siloed, über-secret endeavor to an accepted enterprise business practice. With that evolution, most security practitioners understand that information security and its underlying constructs must be integrated into the business. But the overuse of fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD), compliance edicts and the wily hacker have undermined the positive impact of information security to the business. In turn, the longevity of some leaders' tenure is also in jeopardy when they are perceived as the local bailiwick rather than a respected and contributing business professional. How, then, to best ensure that integration? More than trial and error and experience is required; security professionals need to be well versed in information protection stewardship, able to verbalize the tenets of the job to management, and also tap into a knowledge base of economics and business theory to arm ... Access >>>

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