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Enterprise IT security planning: Five ways to build a better strategy

Sep 22, 2017
From the Advisory Institute

Flexibility, agility and openness – those goals of digital business – don't always fit nicely with more sober requirements like a corporate security policy. Only 21 percent of CIOs responding to the Harvey Nash / KPMG 2017 CIO survey believe their organization is "very well" prepared to respond to attacks, down from 29 percent in 2014. 

How can IT leaders create an approach to information security that is fit for the modern business?

Executives must ensure they embed the culture of risk management across the organization. And, thankfully, CIOs and CISOs are becoming much more broadly engaged across business functions, rather simply focusing on the IT department.
— KPMG's Lisa Heneghan

In this article ZDNet speaks to five experts, including Lisa Heneghan, the global lead for KPMG's CIO Advisory practice, about the key issues CIOs face.

Read Enterprise IT security planning: Five ways to build a better strategy at zdnet.com.


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