The problem with security process

Tuesday, 24 April 2007, 12:09 AM EST

When you ask most security people if they have a process for something they will answer yes. When you ask them to describe or chart the process things tend to get more than a little cloudy.

Throughout our consulting careers we analyzed the root causes of the collective failures in security programs. The root cause is process. The best of any security technology or activity in the world will fail unless there is a well defined process to support it. This is why we created the Oxygen Security Platform. Oxygen is an ISBPM (information security business process management) system that transforms information security activities into business processes.

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