Is a culture clash risking your security?

Friday, 22 October 2004, 12:23 AM EST

A clash of cultures between different security factions within the same company is putting security efforts at risk, according to a new study.

A trio of corporate security groups -- or silos -- is responsible for safeguarding a company's information, financial resources and people. Getting those groups to work together is a problem that, if overlooked, could put all three in jeopardy, says Tom Cavanagh, a senior research associate with The Conference Board, a non-profit research group with 2,000 corporate members.

By Sharon Gaudin at Datamation.

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