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If the CSO, CISO, IT Security Manager or IS Steering Committee report too low in the organization, chances are that any strategic choices may be compromised.

When it comes to security, IT organizations are all too frequently their own worst enemy. One way to determine that is to take a step back and assess your company’s security portfolio.

Chances are good that if any one of these five warning signs sets off alarm bells, then it’s only a matter of time before something goes seriously wrong with your IT security.

Security is all about cost avoidance. Companies invest in it because they have to. But all the money in the world isn’t going to make a difference if your organization doesn’t have effective security policies in place.

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