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If we have learned anything over the last few years about data breaches, it is that they are likely to happen.  However, data breach frequency can be reduced and its impact minimized with some key strategies. Both response and prevention efforts are greatly impacted by organizational culture.  Organizational culture is formed over years as certain values and behaviors are reinforced or discouraged through a series of successes and failures.  Security is seen as important and vital to organizational success in positive security cultures while it is ignored or even discouraged…

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In 5 to 10 years, the cloud will be as ubiquitous as the Internet is today. It is predicted that 2015 will see a dramatic change in labor and business models as operations shift to the cloud. It will be part of our normal lives, with cloud-based apps running on stereos, watches, mirrors, glasses and many other devices that we interact with or carry with us daily. Software and data will not be hardware dependent because they will be running in the cloud but you will be able to interact…

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With the ease and prevalence of global expansion, security leaders must understand how to implement security across a global organization to avoid weaknesses, targets for attackers or sources of data breaches. Our natural inclination is to plan based on the culture we know and the experiences we have had, but global security leadership requires a bit more thought in order to be effective.   Global business Business is global. This isn’t new, nor is it surprising that cultural differences, international laws, and workplace practices differ around the world. Businesses have…

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