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Monday, January 2, 2012

Let's make 2012 the year we get past "compliance" as we've known it

I hope your 2012 has gotten off to a grand start! Mine has. I believe this year is going to further demonstrate why we're working in one of the best possible fields in the world.

To get things rolling this year, I wanted to share with you a few new pieces I've written for TechTarget's regarding...well, compliance. It's one of those topics that tends to infuriate me when it comes to government intrusion into the free market and our own personal lives. However you see it, compliance is still something you have to address in your business. Hopefully some of these bits will help take some of the pain out of compliance. Enjoy!

Top compliance questions you need to be asking your network administrators

Address information risk management now — before the going gets tough

How can you avoid a Web security breach? It's all in the preparation.

Seven dangerous assumptions about compliance

A thorough data retention strategy needs more than just IT oversight

Top 5 techniques for management buy-in for your IT governance strategy

As always, be sure to check out for links to all of my information security whitepapers, podcasts, webcasts, books and more.

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