In security (and elsewhere) the long game is often overlooked in lieu of short-term advances and accomplishments. From building security into the culture of an organisation to setting goals and objectives for leaders and staff, being strategic in your security approach is critical.
In this episode we cover:
- How to balance an organisation's drive to shareholder value over the short term with the need to invest strategically in security, privacy and compliance
- What are we doing wrong by throwing technology alone at security problems (and not looking at the process or people issues along the way)
- Does proceduralising security or training up staff reduce the efficiency of the organisation or set up the org for longer-term efficiency?
- Degrees vs. experience? And the ever deteriorating definition of "entry level"
- The impact and importance of building the time in to train entry-level staff vs. hiring "ready now" experienced people (if you can find them at all)
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- The Infinite Game: Sinek, Simon: 9780735213500: Amazon.com: Books
- The Great Security Debate Episode 29: People, Process and Product
- Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation / Michigan council of women in technology foundation
- Education Should Take Additional Steps to Help Protect K-12 Schools from Cyber Threats
- Library Journal INFOdocket — Information Industry News from Gary Price
- Amazon.com: The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How the World's Most Successful People Launched Their Careers: 9780804136662: Banayan, Alex: Books