The security trickle down effect

Friday, 7 September 2007, 11:22 AM EST

Sarbanes Oxley, ISO 27002, GLBA - what do they all have in common? Yes, each contain, at least in part, an information security standard or regulation. From an applicability perspective with respect to business size, relatively few small or medium size businesses are directly mandated to conform to these or other standards and regulations. Even though it is the upper end of the medium size business and large business throughout, which are affected by mandated standards, the smaller companies are still being affected by a trickle down movement.

At the nCircle blog.

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