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3 steps to measure what matters in any situation

Once the fear of truly measuring what matters subsides, the actual process centers on 3 basic steps. And they work in any situation. While it only takes 3 steps and is easy to understand, the process of measuring what matters  is deceptively hard to operationalize. Measuring what matters is a process that requires the experiences and […]

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Why the definition of security awareness matters

Your paradigm is so intrinsic to your mental process that you are hardly aware of its existence, until you try to communicate with someone with a different paradigm. ~ Donella Meadows A practice built on teaching and creating materials based on the art and science of effective communication often leads to discussions about how to […]

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How Virtualization Affects GRC

By Dave Shackleford Virtualization technology is becoming ubiquitous. More and more organizations are replacing physical infrastructure with virtualized systems, including desktops and servers, and application and storage virtualization are popular as well. Virtualization changes a number of paradigms across the information technology landscape – some obviously for the good, some possibly for the worse. In […]

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Into the Breach – Audio Series – Chapter 8 (Measuring Success)

Welcome to the continuation of the Into the Breach: Protect Your Business by Managing People, Information and Risk audio series. (Click this link) to learn more about this how this book solves today’s challenges and pick up a complete copy. This series, underwritten by Configuresoft, now part of EMC, is the full and unabridged audio […]

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