For those who have been following our Twitter #SecChat, we’ve had some in-depth discussions on various topics in security from mobility to Wikileaks. This week, we’d like to take a closer look at security from a business organization perspective. Taking loose inspiration from Jim Collins’ book Good to Great, we’d like to ask this week, what does it take to move from having good enterprise security architecture to a great one? From the organization perspective, who should be involved and even more specifically, who should a CSO report to? From the business perspective, what is a good process to determine great security architecture and how early should security be brought into the business decision conversation?
These are all questions that we’d like to discuss this Thursday (4/21) at 11:00am PT on the @IntelSec_Biz Twitter feed. Join us – we look forward to hearing your thoughts on how to move your enterprise from a good to great security posture.
As always, we’ll continue to pick topics based on participant feedback for upcoming chats, so please, tweet us your suggestions!
For new folks joining us, here are the logistics to participate:
– Simply follow the #SecChat hashtag (via search.twitter.com or a Twitter client) and watch the real-time stream.
– At 11am PT @McAfeeBusiness will pose a few questions to participants around application security using the #SecChat hashtag to get the conversation rolling.
– Tweet your questions, comments, thoughts using the #SecChat hashtag. @reply other participants and react to their comments via #SecChat. Engage!
– #SecChat should last about an hour.