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The new cybersecurity operating model

Learn the five key principles of an information security operating model that will help your organization become more resilient and reach its business goals.

While the digital economy is providing major opportunities to lower costs, increase revenue, and improve customer satisfaction, it’s also drastically exposing businesses to more inventive and advanced cyber attacks. This is why many companies are investing large amounts of money and resources to develop comprehensive cybersecurity roadmaps. In fact, Gartner predicts that the global spend on security will increase to $93 billion in 2018.

Yet many companies are failing to meet their security goals. Why? In many cases, security organizations fail to evolve their structure and how they operate to support corporate goals. In these cases, information security (infosec) isn’t a part of corporate strategy or a business enabler; it’s just a supporting function and shared service.

So how do you create a security operating model that makes your company more resilient and supports its business goals? By strategically building and managing infosec’s relationship to the business. Download our whitepaper to learn the five key principles of a security operating model that will enable your organization to do just that.

Raph Casadei

Raph Casadei is a solution principal within Slalom’s business advisory services practice in San Francisco. Raph has over eight years of international management consulting experience translating broad organizational vision into how business should be structured and operate to meet their strategic objectives. He’s passionate about building effective organizational change through operating model design and implementation.

            

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