Staying Secure Outside A Bank's 'Green Zone'

Dumiak, Michael
October 2007
Bank Technology News;Oct2007, Vol. 20 Issue 10, Special section p21
Trade Publication
An interview with John Meakin, chief information security officer at Standard Chartered Bank is presented. When asked about how does the concept of de-perimeterization fit in such a sprawling organization, he replied that in running a bank with a kind of geographic spread like theirs, the company should move fast by building infrastructure fast. He states that in approaching the problem of managing large banks, the company has to move quickly if there is a threat, it is business flexibility.


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