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By Joan Goodchild
March 23, 2011
For many years, we heard security professionals lament the way they are
perceived. Terms such as "the place where good ideas go to die" and "the
department of no" weren't uncommon just a few years ago when referring
to the security function.
But that is changingâ€”slowly, according to many security leaders. Still,
as risk mitigation efforts, and the people behind them, get a better
rep, challenges still exist when it comes to conveying security's
message to company leadership, and staff users as well.
CSO spoke with three infosec veterans to learn what effective
communication looks like in an organization where security lives in
harmony with the rest of the company. Here they tell us what NOT to do
if you want to get everyone on board with what you're trying to
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