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April 2007

PING: Shelly Barnes

As vice president of technology and process at Arizona Tile, Shelly Barnes does not have a CSO to rely on. Barnes has to make the most of the SMB's resources to handle security. SHELLY BARNES How do you align your IT team with security? We structure it based on different areas of focus. We have nine areas that consist of the typical security layers: personnel layer, the physical portion, the network layer, storage, storage devices, platform, applications, file and data and then an overall umbrella of governance. There is someone who leads each team. What does your network team cover in terms of security? One example: They are involved in physical security of the data center. We have security cameras at different facilities, and the data that passes through those are on the network. They are owners of the network layer from firewalls to DMZ, various devices and routers, encryption, the proxy servers, authentication. Do you have an example of a recent security project that you rolled out and how the teams were involved? We're ...

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