Making corporate security second nature

Friday, 4 August 2006, 4:45 PM EST

Enterprise security executives need to make practices such as safe USB use and discreet handling of patient or customer data as commonplace as not accepting luggage from strangers in airports or wearing a seat belt when driving.

But they can't do it alone; it takes an entire organization to secure corporate assets, protect data from breaches and make sure enterprisewide risk remains low.

At Network World.

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