Security Does Not Equal Compliance

“Expensive episodic compliance exercises are giving way to continuous cost-sustainable compliance processes.”

—Ian Glazer, Gartner Inc.

Analysts know better than any that compliance is not a checklist of policies to create, but instead a benchmark for the better integration of people, technology, and processes. Or at least, that's what compliance rules and regulations should impel businesses to create. The rules and laws of each individual company must be strict and consistent to ensure productivity, compliance, and security. These rules must be constantly monitored and updated by both a human resources (HR) ...

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