Information security doesn’t start and end with business development experts and implementation specialists. It should have its roots within the foundations of a company, its core concept, and its leadership. Information security practices need to be built into all business processes, including how personnel communicate within the organization and externally with customers, vendors, and competition.
Navigating information security within a marketplace is much like navigating a chessboard. The movements of companies and employees are limited by laws and regulations, just as chess pieces all have different strengths and weaknesses, and even a pawn can bring down . . .