CW500 Security Club:Building a robust architecture

Read a summary of the discussion at this CW500 event, watch video interviews with the speakers, and download a copy of the presentation slides.

Research suggests that many organisations think information security professionals are not fulfilling the needs of business. This should serve as a wake-up call for information security leaders to present IT security as a business issue and build a robust security architecture framework.

The CW500 Security Club examined the issues of linking IT security with business strategy, enterprise architecture and business processes.

Speakers:

• Mark Brown, director of risk & information security at Ernst & Young
• Alan Jenkins, chief security officer at T-Systems
• Gareth Lindahl-Wise, group information security manager at British American Tobacco

Table of contents:

CW500: Why security professionals need to rethink their role

Security professionals need to think less about technology and more about the business needs of their organisation.

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