BEDFORD, Mass., Jan. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
RSA®, The Security Division of EMC® Corporation (NYSE: EMC), released a special report from the Security for Business Innovation Council (SBIC) that assesses how disruptive innovations such as Big Data analytics, cloud computing, enterprise mobility and social media will transform enterprise IT and hammer away at the foundations of information security strategies in 2013.
The Security for Business Innovation Council's latest report, titled "Information Security Shake-Up: Disruptive Innovations to Test Security's Mettle in 2013," is derived from the expertise and real-world experiences of 19 security leaders, who represent some of the world's most forward-thinking security organizations.
The Council's latest report details four strategies to help enterprises adapt information security programs to help enable business innovation over the next 12 months. These strategies include how to boost risk and business skills, court middle management, tackle IT supply chain issues and build tech-savvy action plans. The Council's guidance will help enterprises face the impact of the technology adoption of cloud computing, social media, mobile and Big Data. The Council also outlines the major impacts of these trends for security teams and how to address them.
Eddie Schwartz, Chief Information Security Officer, RSA, The Security Division of EMC
"Information security must evolve in 2013 from reactive perimeter and signature-based approaches, to risk-based programs that protect the most important business assets in whatever context they may exist – cloud, mobile, or traditional data center. To succeed security leaders must invest in intelligence-driven strategies that harness the power of Big Data analytics and agile decision support."
Dr. Martijn Dekker, Senior Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, ABN Amro
"Information security isn't just about IT anymore. Trends like cloud computing and consumerization are quickly extending the information-security role. It's about business. It's about people. It's about risk management."
About the Security for Business Innovation Council
The Security for Business Innovation Council is a group of top security leaders from Global 1000 enterprises committed to advancing information security worldwide by sharing their diverse professional experiences and insights. The Council produces periodic reports exploring information security's central role in enabling business innovation.
Contributors to this report include 19 security leaders from some of the largest global enterprises:
HSBC Holdings plc.
Johnson & Johnson
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