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Information risk management is “identifying and measuring the risks to information and ensuring that the security controls implemented keep those risks at an acceptable level to protect and enable the business.” An acceptable level of risk is determined by an organization’s appetite for risk.

As complying with regulations continues to get more complex, IT organizations need to take a more proactive approach to managing compliance. What follows are seven recommendations for managing compliance that have been compiled by the Security for Business Innovation Council, a group of senior IT executives brought together by RSA, a division of EMC, to create ongoing reports on the state of security in the enterprise.

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