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The new security paradigm
When it comes to the most high-profile data breaches of the past year -- Target, Home Depot, Sony and J.P. Morgan come to mind -- hindsight is 20/20. Security budgets are increasing in the wake of these massive breaches, and CIOs are employing new tools and strategies to protect their enterprise's most important assets. In this issue of CIO Decisions e-zine, in which writer Dina Gerdeman examines the modern security paradigm, CIOs and security analysts reveal how companies can strategize around data protection in order to stay several steps ahead of their attackers.
Also in this issue: CIO expert Harvey Koeppel describes the triumph of the digital operating model and offers a nine-step tip sheet for CIOs looking to not only survive, but thrive in 2015; finance leaders provide insight into how they identify key performance indicators that deliver real business value; and we look at how systems diagramming can help leaders better visualize how IT is organized and operated.
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Features in this issue
What's different about security strategies in the aftermath of the 2014 data breaches? More money, more monitoring, more employee training, and that's just for starters.
News in this issue
Finance leaders from emerging, medium and large companies offer insight into identifying KPIs that 'move the needle.'
Atti Riazi, chief information technology officer and Assistant Secretary-General at the U.N., chats with SearchCIO's Linda Tucci about drawing inferences from big data.
Columns in this issue
Your enterprise is probably no further than six degrees of separation from a damaging data breach. In CIO Decisions ezine, find out how those seeking security can turn hindsight into actionable intelligence.
Look no further than the 3-D-printed potato chip for a window into what 2015 holds for CIOs, explains SearchCIO's Harvey Koeppel.
CIOs need to 'learn how to surf' the waves of change. Systems diagramming can help. The Data Mill reports.