Effective Enterprise Security Begins and Ends With Architectural Best Practices Approach The Open Group, a vendor- and technology-neutral consortium, in February held its first Security Practitioners Conference in San Diego. A panel of experts was assembled at the conference to examine how enterprise security intersects with enterprise architecture. Aligning the two deepens the security protection across more planning- and architectural-level activities, to make security pervasive -- and certainly not an afterthought. To gain deeper insights into how IT architects can bring security and reduced risk to businesses, BriefingsDIrect's Dana Gardner recently queried panelists Chenxi Wang, principal analyst for security and risk management at Forrester Research; Kristin Lovejoy, director of corporate security strategy at IBM; Nils Puhlmann, chief security officer and vice president of risk management of Qualys, and Jim Hietala, vice president of security for The Open Group. Listen here or read a full transcript of the discussion at: http://briefingsdirect.blogspot.com/2009/02/effective-enterprise-security-begins.html. Sponsor: The Open Group.
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