Lack of communication among departments can lead to IT security pitfalls

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Lack of communication among departments can lead to IT security pitfalls

The partnership between technology and business functions is more important with every innovation that improves the way basic workflow is handled. However, the digital revolution comes hand-in-hand with growing cyber security concerns. In the current corporate landscape, CIOs are focusing on security concerns in every IT discussion.

Elliot Markowitz, who writes for IT news blog That VAR Guy, examined the importance security concerns are having on IT decision making in a recent post. Whether it’s implementing a new cloud service, bring your own device (BYOD) trend or added social media functions to business practices, networking security and services are also on the table.

He mentioned this feeling is becoming universal across businesses of all sizes. Markowitz interviewed Carlson CIO Steve Brown, who said no business can ever be 100 percent secure. IT security is an nonstop project that requires ongoing maintenance.

Online publication Search IT Channel also features a recent piece by Heather Clancy that talks about the opportunity available to IT consulting firms who offer networking security solutions.

One industry expert interviewed by Clancy – security advocate Michael Farnum – said that the real issue comes from a lack of communication and understanding between IT departments, security teams and the business side of the companies. He continued that whether or not every department is on the same page, they will continue to see evidence of security problems, as it is too big to ignore.

To ensure businesses are as secure as they can be in the digital age, it is wise to partner with an experienced IT service provider like CTI Technology.

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He mentioned this feeling is becoming universal across businesses of all sizes. Markowitz interviewed Carlson CIO Steve Brown, who said no business can ever be 100 percent secure. IT security is an nonstop project that requires ongoing maintenance.

By | 2012-08-03T15:59:07+00:00 August 3rd, 2012|Network Services|0 Comments

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