Early Predictions for 2010
As December starts, already I'm talking with thought-leaders about what the world of information security might look like in 2010.
If you've not done so yet, then please take a few minutes to listen to some of these latest podcast interviews, wherein industry leaders offer their take on the new year's trends.
If you've not done so yet, then please take a few minutes to listen to some of these latest podcast interviews.
What have been the biggest privacy issues of 2009, and what emerging trends should you watch heading into 2010? We posed these questions to J. Trevor Hughes, Executive Director of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). In an exclusive interview, Hughes discusses:
Cybersecurity, forensics, risk management -- what will be the core security skills needed in organizations in 2010?
Kent Anderson, founder and managing director of Encurve LLC, as well as a member of ISACA's Security Management Committee, discusses:
In terms of information security, what is the state of auditing as we end 2009 - and what are the trends foreseen for 2010?
Warren Stippich Jr., Practice Leader of the Chicago Business Advisory Services Group of Grant Thornton LLP, talks about:
Be sure to check out these and other recent podcast interviews. Fifteen minutes of exclusive insight for free - tell me where you'll find a better deal!