Information security cannot be prescribed in a single checklist that suits all organizations. Information security is about adopting the right measures and controls for a given entity at a given point in time. Threats change and vulnerabilities are introduced or removed, demanding that security evolves simply to keep pace. The new technology trends such as cloud computing, virtualization and mobility have many IT leaders caught on the wrong foot when it comes to security. To mitigate the risks associated with these technologies, organizations are moving away from traditional models of security to multi-layered security and compliance strategies that include a combination of trust, policy and technology.
The state of information security, compliance and governance is at an inflection point. It is ready for a move to the next part of the curve: addressing growing risks of cyber security and meeting the challenges of new opportunities - such as cloud, social networking and mobility. However, while information security has never been more important, it has also never been more challenging. Businesses have more information to protect at more points against more threats than ever before. In such an environment, businesses can build an effective defense only after they first understand the peculiarities of today's threat landscape and then identify their own specific areas of vulnerability. Armed with this information, enterprises can then develop an information security blueprint that is right for them – one that is comprehensive, proactive, enforceable and manageable.
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