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Items Tagged with 'security budget'
According to MeriTalk’s report Shared Services: Ready or Not?, underwritten by ServiceNow, 87 percent of Feds believe that cloud computing has transformed their view of shared services, but just 53 percent use shared services today. Only 44 percent say their agency currently offers IT services to other agencies.
Changing your organizational culture is the key to aggressively protecting your stakeholders’ information – how can involving your C-Suite make all the difference?
Adding more security measures at U.S. airports might not be worth the cost, according to a new report, which notes that it might even make sense to relax some of the existing security tactics.
Airline passengers would pay $5 billion more over the next decade for travel security under Obama's budget.
Like every public administration, managing ID/access badges in municipal security comes with significant challenges that include organizational changes, continually shifting economic factors, regulatory compliance and emerging technologies and best practices.
In a special report to the Security magazine Blog, IBM has unveiled the eighth annual IBM 5 in 5, a list of innovations that have the potential to change the way people work, live and interact during the next five years.
Next month, Chicago will host the ASIS Seminar and Exhibits, September 24-26, at McCormick Place. When attendees have free time, they might want to visit the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), which stands tall above the Chicago skyline and is one of the most famous landmarks for the city.
During the past decade, enterprise resilience has become a hot topic. Its meaning has grown from the original “business continuity and disaster recovery” moniker associated with IT data crashes.