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Enterprise compliance and security departments sometimes have a fractious relationship, the two essential functions struggling to establish common ground and work together to protect the organization as a whole. In this SearchCompliance handbook, we examine the balancing act inherent in enterprise compliance and security operations, and provide advice on rising above the politics.
In our first piece, expert Ed Moyle looks at the sometimes-adversarial relationship between enterprise compliance and security functions and the benefits of aligning their strategic objectives. In the second piece, author Christine Parizo tells us why compliant doesn't always equal secure, and vice versa, and how you can stay on the right side of the equation. In our final piece, editor Ben Cole delves into the role of risk assessments in maintaining organization-wide enterprise compliance and security efforts. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Three strategies to align compliance and security
- Walking the compliance-security tightrope
- Break down barriers with risk assessments
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