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December 2016

Who Can Fire a CCO?

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By: Michael Volkov This article was republished with permission from Michael Volkov’s blog, Corruption, Crime & Compliance. There is something a little surreal about a CCO, while negotiating to join a company, raising the issue of his or her own termination. Not to be maudlin, but it is an important issue to…

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The Key to Thwarting Cyber Risk

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By: Stu Sjouwerman To some extent, establishing and maintaining proper information security is a balancing act. It involves formulating security policies to state what assets are worth protecting, how far such protection should go and what kinds of protection should be applied to them. User training helps to address the…

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The Siren Song of Social Media

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By: Mike Pagani The siren call of social media is nearly irresistible — all that consumer data for targeting, the opportunity to build more nuanced relationships with consumers through outreach, education and responsiveness, and all with a personal touch. Think about the value and convenience of meeting your customers where they…

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