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Norman Marks: How to Avoid this Four-Letter Word

Risk.

The meaning of this four-letter word is extensive.

And means something different to different IT Security practitioners.

But there’s one common thread: taking a business-first approach to technology risk. If this is something you’re struggling with, grab a seat for our live webinar on October 22 at 2:00pm EDT with renowned GRC expert, author and though leader, Norman Marks leading the discussion.

You might not be able to avoid using this four-letter word, but IT risk must be an ongoing business conversation.

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    Risk.

    The meaning of this four-letter word is extensive.

    And means something different to different IT Security practitioners.

    But there’s one common thread: taking a business-first approach to technology risk. If this is something you’re struggling with, grab a seat for our live webinar on October 22 at 2:00pm EDT with renowned GRC expert, author and though leader, Norman Marks leading the discussion.

    You might not be able to avoid using this four-letter word, but IT risk must be an ongoing business conversation.

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