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New Deloitte Report Addresses the Future of Security, Provides Steps to Help Develop Effective Security Programs for Growing Threat Environments

NEW YORK Feb. 15, 2011

Date:

Feb. 15, 2011

What:

Deloitte Report: "The Future of Security: Evolve or Die"

Who:

Ted DeZabala, leader of Deloitte’s U.S. security & privacy services

When:

Available immediately

Where:

www.deloitte.com/us/futureofsecurity

Details:

A dvances and technological developments in mobile devices, social media and cloud computing, which have helped to change enterprise IT and enabled new ways of working, also present potential opportunities for criminals to exploit. Public agencies and private enterprises alike are exposed to multiple threat vectors, including fraud, security breaches, cyber espionage, and activist hackers. As the pace of IT development accelerates and cyber threats multiply, security functions have failed to evolve to meet the challenges posed in today’s business, IT and threat landscape.

Compounding this situation, few senior executives understand the real challenges their IT security professionals now face, and too often their views on security are informed by two drivers: auditors and regulators (a compliance-driven view) and media reports about threats (a reactive view). While these views are legitimate, the resulting approaches sometimes fail to address the most serious risks to organizations.  

A new whitepaper from Deloitte, "The Future of Security: Evolve or Die," offers chief information officers and chief information security officers, senior executives and security professionals actionable steps and approaches to create effective security programs with a specific focus toward social media, mobile devices, cloud computing, software vulnerabilities, access management, insider threats and organized cyber crime.

As used in this document, "Deloitte" means Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Please see www.deloitte.com/us/about for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries.

Contact:

Daniel Mucisko

Christine Vu

Public Relations

Public Relations

Deloitte

Hill and Knowlton

+1 973-602-4126

[email protected]

+1 212 885 0309

[email protected]

SOURCE Deloitte

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