Integrating privacy, audit and compliance initiatives

Thursday, 15 September 2005, 1:09 AM EST

Not so long ago, security issues were viewed as a necessary evil -- in many ways the life insurance policy of the IT world. Managers tackled those issues because it was prudent and wise to do so, not because there was a payoff for doing it right. But those were the old days, before a new generation of privacy, audit and compliance requirements began to realign the value proposition. As a consequence of meeting these requirements, organizations also are starting to reap new benefits in the form of customer loyalty and more-efficient business processes.

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