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Enterprises react more often to threats than to vulnerabilities since threats are more visible and frightening. So it seems to go with data protection -- our enterprises seem intent on getting the latest gizmos to protect against the most visible threats. We should, instead, be thinking about the overall structure of vulnerabilities and what structure of protections it implies. This presentation shows an enterprise-architectural view of vulnerabilities that can endanger our data and suggests a rational program of protections that can minimize them. It’s not flashy, but it is effective.
David C. Frier, CISSP, Security Practice Leader, CIBER New York
David Frier is the Security Practice Lead for CIBER, Inc. the global IT consultancy with the local presence. Now in the 32nd year of his IT career, he has performed consulting work in the areas of Enterprise Architecture, Disaster Recovery, SOX Audit (as the auditOR), SAS 70 and ISO 17799 Audit (as the auditEE), mission critical operations, enterprise encryption solutions, and Data Leakage Prevention (DLP). David holds the CISSP and CRISC certifications.
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