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Managing Security Risk for the Executive Level

How does security risk tie to risk for the enterprise and it, and to senior
management expectations? Business universally runs on IT Infrastructures and both IT risks and costs have continued to grow. Security is a major component of risk, but how much security is too much? What do executiv
How does security risk tie to risk for the enterprise and it, and to senior
management expectations? Business universally runs on IT Infrastructures and both IT risks and costs have continued to grow. Security is a major component of risk, but how much security is too much? What do executives and our boards seek, regarding enterprise security risk?

For the bottom line on what enterprise and security risk mean to your
business and career, join us for a management view on:
* Core concepts of information security and risk management
* Principles of risk management
* Where IT and security fit within enterprise risk management
* What a successful security risk strategy involves
* Current and future trends impact security and IT risk to your
organization's bottom line
* Rising career opportunities
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