IT Best Practices: The Polarity of Security and Privacy

October 25th, 2013 |
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IT Best Practices: Security and privacy are like magnets. When they are turned in the right direction they are perfectly binding. But if one starts turning, they start to push away from each other. Listen to Malcolm Harkins, Intel Chief Security and Privacy Officer, discuss how organizations can manage the polarity of security and privacy with collaboration and a balanced approach.


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