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As household names like Target make headlines due to security breaches, many organizations are realizing that a sound enterprise cybersecurity program can be a competitive advantage -- and not only in the eyes of consumers. A dedicated cybersecurity strategy, properly explained to potential partners, can serve as a competitive differentiator that allows the CIO to bring more business back to the enterprise.
In this SearchCIO handbook, find out how organizations such as the Federal Communications Commission are building enterprise cybersecurity into their business plans and the benefits they reap. In addition, a former White House cyberadvisor explains how to overcome next-generation security threats, and we provide some tips on staying secure in a cloud-first environment culled from a recent seminar on securing data, availability and reputation in the cloud. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Cybersecurity as competitive differentiator
- Overcome next-gen information security vulnerabilities
- Five tips for cloud-first security
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