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Infosec in 2019: Build Your Leadership Skills

December 3, 2018 | Faculty Reports | Team Structure and Management | By Bruce Bonsall, IANS Faculty

As 2018 comes to a close, IANS Faculty turn their attention to the critical information security issues facing enterprises in 2019. In this report, Bruce Bonsall details the top infosec leadership skills required to move you and your organization up the maturity curve in 2019. 
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