Eight Steps Needed to Define Reasonable Security

A recurring and deceptively simple question is, “How much security is enough?” The answer needs to be customized to each organization. No law defines due care in security. There are eight elements to consider, including the affordability of security technologies, procedures and techniques.

A recurring and deceptively simple question is, “How much security is enough?” The answer needs to be customized to each organization. No law defines due care in security. There are eight elements to consider, including the affordability of security technologies, procedures and techniques.

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