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Canadian Publication Addresses Corporate Privacy and Security Challenges, Spells Out Solutions


TORONTO May 23, 2012 Canada North America $204

To date, 40% of IT & compliance professionals are reportedly pessimistic about the future and a whopping 70% of managers do not report top risk exposures to the board of directors. "Managing Personal Information" was created to educate managers, executives and their advisors about ways to handle everything from data protection to quantified risk exposure.

Claudiu Popa $3.3 million $222

"By and large, the consensus over the last few years has been, at least according to 68% of enterprises, that organizations are storing too much personally identifiable information to protect adequately, but the cost of non-compliance seems to suggest otherwise. " According to recent Verizon and PRC data, CEOs see compliance and risk costs as the #1 factor influencing profitability.

With 1/3 of organizations falling out of compliance with PCI-DSS and 77% failing to identify a chief risk officer or equivalent, the need for a calculable return on investment from risk-based initiatives is paramount. "Managing Personal Information" includes readily applicable guidance on changing ‘the tone at the top’ and seeing privacy and security risk as an investment in the organization’s most important asset: information.

With 66% of boards and executives not having adequate visibility into information risk, this book seeks to empower managers and directors to understand the exposures, quantify the impact and initiate privacy and security activities that implement effective, mature controls that deliver in the near term as well as the long.

Canada Ann Cavoukian

SOURCE Informatica Corporation – Information Security/Risk Management

Claudiu Popa

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