Information security has become one of the most complex aspects of business today. It takes a formalized approach to do justice to it.
When you look at the bigger picture, resilience is the key to security. The question is, how can you, as the CIO, prepare to minimize the impact of security events should they occur? Approaching information security properly increases the chances that you will build a strong program that is characterized by resilience.
Here are three key pieces of information about information security strategies CIOs need, as well as a formula for going beyond them.
1. Have an information security mission
All good business endeavors must start with a direction.
Do you have a security program charter? If not, now is the time to document the company’s commitment to information security initiatives and its approach to overall IT governance and compliance.
Promise to meet the security and privacy expectations of all your stakeholders and minimize the impact and risks …