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Best and Worst Security Functions to Outsource
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cybersavior
cybersavior,
User Rank: Strategist
10/3/2017 | 12:50:27 PM
Re: Outsource?
And Anthem (BCBS) outsourced to Fujitsu.  I have never seen "run your mess for less" actually work.
REISEN1955
REISEN1955,
User Rank: Ninja
10/2/2017 | 2:13:18 PM
Re: Outsource?
Equifax outsourced to IBM.  Merck outsourced to Cognizant if memory serves.
bleakravenloft
bleakravenloft,
User Rank: Apprentice
10/2/2017 | 12:43:58 PM
Re: Outsource?
smart outsourcing is a costeffective way of creating a more secure enviornment. 

the price of doing everything in house in staggering.
REISEN1955
REISEN1955,
User Rank: Ninja
10/2/2017 | 7:39:12 AM
Outsource?
An outsource entity has ONE and only one business interest at heart and that is to be PAID.  They care about the invoice and everything else is secondary.  Oh they will never tell YOU are the client that, but rare is the outsource project that is a sucess.  IBM has the worst track record by far of any major corporation and consider that name!!  IBM --- once the giant of American information tech.  Now, more employees in India!!!  And don't go near Wipro, Tata, Infosys or any other of the low cost providers.  Keep SECURITY IN-HOUSE at all costs.  It just is not worth the risk!!!
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