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Seven Critical Factors for an Optimized IAM Security Investment

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Lawrence Wolf Edgile Managing Partner Seven Critical Factors for an Optimized IAM Security Investment With security breaches dominating the daily headlines, it's easy to become overwhelmed. As each new story reaches your C-level and board of directors, you may find yourself fighting fires rather than strategically planning. In fact, simply reacting to urgent needs is often the standard problem-solving response for many CISOs today. Shifting focus from the big picture—while simply buying technology to solve urgent needs—has become all too common. Although this might be a comfortable approach, in my many years working with clients I've found this only solves the specific problem at hand. The most successful CISOs focus on an enterprise-wide strategy. By undertaking a holistic risk analysis approach—including people, processes, and data—security leaders can map technology to strategy. With this strategy-first approach, CISOs can build better long term investments, and stay more secure.

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