Government's Role in Information Security: Leave it to the Experts
Should governments be taking an active role in developing and enforcing infosec standards? In my opinion the answer is an unequivocal 'no'. It should most certainly should be left to the experienced and qualified professionals who actually know the ...
Global infosec survey finds more talk - but not more action
Global infosec survey finds more talk - but not more action. The PWC/CSO Global Information Security Survey shows gap persists between ideals and reality . » By George V. Hulme. October 24, 2012 — CSO —. Anyone you care to ask will likely—and ...
Government's Role in Information Security: Involvement = Global Priority
Hord Tipton knows a thing or two about the challenges infosec professionals face in the public sector. The executive director of (ISC)² and former CIO of the US Department of the Interior recently sat down with Infosecurity to discuss these issues ...
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