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Enterprise Security

Compliance v. Competence

Nair, S., Marchetti, M., Hopkinson, J., Fogie, S.

2022, Approx. 240 p.

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  • About this book

  • Examines enterprise security, compliance and business continuity, and offers a pathway to their convergence
  • Provides a comparative discussion on popular standards and suggests the suitability and requirements for various segments in industry and government
  • Highlights widely existent "compliance paralysis" and analyzes its etiology
  • Delineates a 7-step process to achieve both compliance and business continuity as repeatable enterprise characteristics

This book examines dual perspectives of enterprise security, compliance and business continuity, and offers a pathway to their convergence. Irrespective of their sizes, companies are forced to be complaint to various security standards, to maintain their good standings with government agencies as well as clients. There is enormous overlap and contradictions across the standards and one size does not fit all. The book will provide a comparative discussion on popular standards and suggest the suitability and requirements for various segments in industry and government. Further, the book will highlight widely existent "compliance paralysis" and analyze its etiology. While compliance is necessary, the big question is whether it is sufficient to ensure business continuity, often the answer is no. Finally, the book will delineate a 7 step process to achieve both compliance and business continuity as repeatable enterprise characteristics.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Business continuity - Compliance - Compliance paralysis - Convergence - Corporate security - Enterprise Security - Measured security - Probable mapping - Security process - Security standards

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Hardware - Signals & Communication - Software Engineering

Table of contents 

Regulatory Environment.- Standards Associated with Security Processes.- Five Steps to Security.

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