Inside IT: Making It Safe for Intel to Go Fast

May 26th, 2014 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 76 – The technical and organizational landscape has changed dramatically in the past few years. Organizations have a wealth of new opportunities for greater employee productivity and operational efficiency. But these opportunities, combined with an increase in the number and sophistication of cyber threats, require an evolution in information security capabilities. In this podcast we talk with Intel IT’s Chris Sellers, General Manager for the company’s Information Security Group. Sellers tells us about the castle method and why that method is no longer sufficient, he outlines about the role of the SMAC stack in security, and he discusses the need to incorporate privacy protections in any security plan.

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