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[Article]-Justifying Security Training

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don

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Post Tue Jul 04, 2006 11:23 pm

[Article]-Justifying Security Training

This opinion piece is brought to you by the Founder and President of Mile2. Need a little help in getting through to your boss when asking for training funds? This may give you some additional insight.

Justifying Security Training

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Don
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Kev

Post Wed Jul 05, 2006 6:05 pm

Re: [Article]-Justifying Security Training

Some good points, but sometimes it can be difficult to get an organization to think about security if they have never had a problem. Its kind of like the situation when a stop light is only installed in an intersection after several car crashes have occured.  I am not big on making more  laws, but I think the Feds need to place stronger requirements on companies that are storing our data. They should require some kind of security audit on a regular basis.  This would help the security industry, customers and venders in the long run.  There are still companies that save all your info in a very insecure manner.  Vulnerable computers with all your info sitting on simple excel spread sheets, etc... 
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Post Wed Jul 05, 2006 10:43 pm

Re: [Article]-Justifying Security Training

Very true, Kev, everyone is reactive.  It is sad, but is is realty.
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