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With regulations around the world extending responsibility for the security of data across the value chain, organizations need to develop a solid third-party strategy for mitigating risks throughout the extended enterprise. Enterprises can no longer rely solely on agreements and contracts and must take a more active role in verifying that their partner’s capabilities are up to the required standards.

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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