Managing Risk and Information Security
by Malcolm Harkins
Publisher: Apress 2012
Number of pages: 152
The book describes the changing risk environment and why a fresh approach to information security is needed. Because almost every aspect of an enterprise is now dependent on technology, the focus of IT security must shift from locking down assets to enabling the business while managing and surviving risk. This compact book discusses business risk from a broader perspective, including privacy and regulatory considerations.
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