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The Business Case For Network Security: Advocacy, Governance, And Roi by Warren Saxe, Catherine Paquet

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Chapter 5. Policy, Personnel, and Equipment as Security Enablers

Enhanced security, as a field of business, is still relatively young. Security audit firms are burgeoning, swiftly heeding the call of urgency in many organizations. The auditing process can reveal many evils, not the least of which is an insufficient security policy framework. Given the threats that exist today, organizations would be well served with security policies that take the corporation’s unique structure into account and create procedures that work to increase its business flexibility.

Making the business case for network security requires acute awareness of process flow. The course of business must not only be protected, but business processes should also be improved ...

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