The Corporate Culture Perspective

Fredericks, Pamela
September 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2007, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p94
Trade Publication
The article discusses the factors that contributed to cultural changes across various organizations and corporations. According to the author, security has become part of the operations risk of every organization and it keeps on evolving due to regulatory and audit requirements or by partner and customer demands. The author also considers data breaches and identity theft as elements that affect every organization's decision for change.


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