A few years ago during a workshop, an exercise turned into a lesson learned for me. This column shares the story, the lesson learned and some tips on how you can improve your definition of security to ensure success.

Related to this challenge is a google+ thread I started. Before reading it, take a few minutes to read the article, write down your definition of security and then contribute to the google thread post [click here for the post]

Read the column here: http://www.csoonline.com/article/700074/is-your-definition-of-security-holding-you-back-

Is your definition of security holding you back?
Without a clear definition of security that is consistent through out your team, how can you expect the people in your organization to comply? Michael Santarcangelo explains

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About the Author Michael Santarcangelo

The founder of Security Catalyst, Michael develops exceptional leaders and powerful communicators with the security mindset for success.

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