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The Great Lie Of Compliance
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MROBINSON000
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MROBINSON000,
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3/19/2013 | 11:18:41 AM
re: The Great Lie Of Compliance
I agree and I prefer a culture change instead of meeting compliance requirements. A one and done approach itGs not working for compliance, it must be a well developed and implemented program. I recommend reading a well documented article on this theme here: http://blog.securityinnovation...
Jonelle
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Jonelle,
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3/8/2013 | 7:16:33 PM
re: The Great Lie Of Compliance
Glenn- -Thanks for sharing this! I heartily agree- when business leaders accept this premise that compliance is not a "once and done" event, they are on the right path to prevention.-

I have included a link to your article on http://strategylinks.net--as well-(with complete attribution, of course). Thanks again for the great reminder!
jodayo
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jodayo,
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3/7/2013 | 10:52:03 PM
re: The Great Lie Of Compliance
compliance for best practices is found through the National Institue of Standards and Technolgoy NIST. The security technical implementation guides for all devices called STIGs. http://csrc.nist.gov/publicati...
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