The Philosophy of Enterprise Information Security

@inproceedings{Townley2005ThePO,
  title={The Philosophy of Enterprise Information Security},
  author={Andrew Townley},
  year={2005}
}
BearingPoint, Inc. Abstract Enterprise Information Security (EIS) must consider anything that would put the enterprise’s information at risk or in danger. Unfortunately, the risks and dangers facing today’s enterprise are great indeed: spyware, spam, phishing, Internet worms, viruses, crackers, natural disasters, corporate espionage, increasing regulation, eroding customer confidence, disgruntled employees and possible criminal prosecution of executive management. These dangers are far beyond… CONTINUE READING

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