Posts tagged with: IS investment

How much should you spend on Information Security?

I was recently part of an AISA Discussion Panel on investing in Information Security. It was an interesting session, bringing together a range of perspectives on how to answer a...
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It’s NOT about the Threats

As always, last week’s AISA Conference was a unique opportunity to liaise with some of the great minds of Information Security, identify innovations in the field, and gauge how the...
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Fighting the wrong Information Security fire

One of the key reasons why Information Security is often poorly aligned with the business is the ‘siege’ mentality trap that Information Security practitioners have a propensity to fall into....
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The Goldilocks Result

We all know security is important, but simply throwing money at your information security (IS) investment is a costly and unreliable method of reducing your exposure to risk. So how...
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Are you a victim of the Great Security Con?

At last month’s AISA National Conference I was surprised to engage with so many delegates who recognised right-sizing their Information Security investment was a problem for their organisation. What took...
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