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October 29, 2010  12:16 PM

Velocity of Risk



Posted by: David Scott
2010 Global SMB Information Protection Survey, AITP, Association of Information Technology Professionals, business management, business policy, business risk, business security, business security plan, information securrtiy, IT risk, IT security, risk management, Security Plan, securtiy policy, velocity of risk

 

Wow.  I was reading an article in InformationWeek...

September 30, 2010  9:38 AM

Budget Cuts Impacting Cybersecurity



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, acceptable use policy, business plans, business policy, business security, CISO, content management, cyber security, cybersecurity, data breach, data theft, Deloitte, IT plans, IT security, NASCIO

 

It’s being reported that state budgets, increasingly in the red, are impacting cybersecurity – and not in a good way, as you may have...


September 10, 2010  12:27 PM

Check Your Acceptable Use Policy – Is This Missing?



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, acceptable use policy, business policy, business security, computer security, inappropriate use, IT policy, IT security, unacceptable use

In reviewing some Acceptable Use policies, I’ve noticed the usual cautions about adherence to authorized access, the caveats about protecting your ID...


May 20, 2010  1:55 PM

Insecurity, Part III: A State Agency’s Data “Security” Posture



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, business policy, business risk, business security, data breach, data exposure, data security, data theft, IT policy, IT security, IT Wars, malware, the business-technology weave

[As necessary, please see the first article...


March 26, 2010  8:26 AM

The Quickening of Business and Technology



Posted by: David Scott
business change, business management, business plans, business policy, business-technology weave, change management, IT change, IT plans, IT policy

 

Today’s business is...


March 17, 2010  6:15 AM

The People Prism



Posted by: David Scott
business and IT, business plans, business policy, corporate culture, eCulture, IT plans, IT policy, people prism, the business-technology weave

Always view your organization through the people (Business) prism first, and mold the technology to those needs. This may seem obvious but many an IT professional misses, or forgets, what we discuss here.  True, there will be times when evolving technology will drive business practice...


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