Making Compliance Work

New Dark Reading Alert offers closer look at the successes and failures of security compliance

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

April 17, 2012

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Compliance is one of the most powerful forces behind IT security -- and one of the most troublesome.

In recent months, Dark Reading has looked at many sides of the compliance problem, ranging from its effects on breach prevention to its costs to its chief pitfalls. This month, we offer a compendium of that recent coverage, "Keeping Compliance In Check," which is available now on Dark Reading's Compliance Tech Center.

In this special Alert, you'll find some of our best compliance stories of this year, including a piece on controlling compliance costs using data classification. You'll also get a look at the top 10 most frequently made PCI compliance mistakes.

In addition, the report offers three surefire ways to tick off an auditor, a look at banks' readiness for FFIEC security requirements, and a 2012 compliance checklist.

If you want to get caught up on the latest news and wisdom on security and compliance, download the free Compliance Alert.

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