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December 21, 2012  12:24 PM

Modern Security Awareness



Posted by: David Scott
business alignment, business and IT policy, business and IT planning, business continuity, ID theft, identity breach, identity management, identity theft

A national...

August 31, 2012  2:38 PM

Crucial Considerations when Going Mobile, Pt. IV – Security



Posted by: David Scott
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Security is of prime concern in the mobile...


July 31, 2011  9:45 AM

Frankensteins, Pt. III – A Simple Assessment to Setting Structure



Posted by: David Scott
best business practice, best IT practice, business adaptability, business agility, business alignment, business and IT policy, business and IT change, business and IT planning, business and IT solutions, business practice, IT department, IT positions

 

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April 25, 2011  11:57 AM

In the Dark: Folks are just now catching up to The BTW



Posted by: David Scott
best business practice, business ability, business adaptability, business alignment, business and IT policy, business and IT planning, business and IT solutions, business breach, business challenge, business continuity, cyber attack, cyber security, cyber threat, cyber training, cyber war, cyberwar, DAPR, disaster awareness, disaster awareness preparedness and recovery, disaster plan, disaster prevention, disaster recovery planning, DR, DR planning, in the dark, in the dark: crucial industries confront cyber attacks

 

Not to sound too forward-thinking, but McAfee just released an interesting...


March 31, 2011  12:08 PM

Social Networking Redux: Perception Management



Posted by: David Scott
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Back in the days of my misspent youth, as CIO in a Fortune100...


November 29, 2010  10:13 AM

Content: Getting it; Using it; Re-using it; and Getting Rid of It (Protection, too!)



Posted by: David Scott
business agility, business and IT policy, business and IT change, business and IT planning, business practice, business systems, content, content management, content management system, data management, data protection, leveraging data, WikiLeaks

 

I’ve struck a nerve in...


November 4, 2010  12:04 PM

Policy and Planning in View of Risk’s Velocity



Posted by: David Scott
business and IT policy, business and IT planning, business planning, business plans, business policy, business risk, IT planning, IT plans, IT policy, IT risk, risk analysis, security policy, velocity of risk

 

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