Identifying the insider who could pose a threat to your organization's IT assets must be a team effort among non-technology, IT and information security managers, Carnegie Mellon University's Dawn Cappelli and Mike Hanley say.
For individuals looking to hone their skills in business continuity/disaster recovery, it's important to note: Organizations want specialists who can hit the ground running, says Alan Berman of DRI International.
"You need a CISO today to manage not only the IT risks, but understand and influence the business risks that are imposed on the company by the decisions and strategies it takes," says John South, CISO at Heartland Payment Systems.
Security leaders will need to tackle the top technology trends of big data, consumerization and mobile growth in 2012. Robert Stroud from ISACA offers tips to help manage the risks presented by these trends.
Malcolm Harkins, CISO of Intel was quick to embrace BYOD as a means to cut costs and improve employee productivity. His advice to leaders struggling with the trend: "Don't shy away from the risk issues."
"Satisfying a court order is heavy lifting," says Greg Thompson of Scotia Bank. "The cost and risks of outsourcing this service with regards to the number of litigations we are dealing with has skyrocketed."
The information security job market is evolving into highly specialized areas, says Eugene Spafford, noted professor at Purdue University. So, how must students now prepare themselves for these new career paths?
These new sites now make Information Security Media Group the largest global network of information security-focused media sites, reaching the most diverse audience of decision-makers in each of ISMG's key markets.