Security compliance: the next frontier in security research

@inproceedings{Julisch2008SecurityCT,
  title={Security compliance: the next frontier in security research},
  author={Klaus Julisch},
  booktitle={NSPW},
  year={2008}
}
Practitioners as well as researchers have repeatedly deplored that IT security research has failed to produce practical solutions to growing security threats. This paper attributes this failure to the fact that IT departments no longer invest in security as an ideal. Rather, money is being spent on technologies that enable compliance with security requirements. Academia has not embraced this shift in perspective and still tries to "sell" security when organizations seek to "buy" compliance… CONTINUE READING

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