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Counting (on) Information Security

Written by  Mark Donadio November 22, 2007

What to Consider Before Organizing Your Information Security Team The structure of an information security organization can differ dramatically across companies. Some organizations are based on pure policy, while others use a more holistic, comprehensive structure that addresses all aspects of information security. That’s why it’s important to understand the objectives of your organization, the areas of concern and what each task requires before trying to determine the optimal number of people for your information security organization. Use the following checklist to help determine which areas of concern your information security organization wants to handle or address to determine staffing needs.

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