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January 25, 2018 | Patch Management
By Josh More, IANS Faculty

 Streamline Patching for Third-Party Apps

Patching Windows systems is difficult enough without adding third-party tools like Java, Adobe and others to the mix. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Josh More explains how achieving patch management maturity requires a combination of imaging, deployment, patching and vulnerability scanning technologies, plus a large degree of automation.

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January 17, 2018 | Recruiting, Hiring and Retention
By Josh More, IANS Faculty

 Perform Effective Background Checks at Scale

Screening potential U.S.-based employees is difficult enough, but scaling background checks across vendors and international employees is even more daunting. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Josh More details the various types of background checks available and common pitfalls to avoid when leveraging them. He also provides tips for expanding the program to encompass vendor employees and international workers, and a roadmap for automating the process over time.   

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December 7, 2017 | Big Data
By Josh More, IANS Faculty

 Unified Data Management (UDM): A Primer

Before deploying UDM, it's important to understand what it is - and what it isn't. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Josh More provides an overview of the UDM market, including top features to look for and the capabilities of newer as-a-service offerings. He also explains why having a good level of data control is a prerequisite for UDM success.

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October 30, 2017 | Risk Management
By Josh More, IANS Faculty

 Create a Simple Risk Taxonomy for the Enterprise

When discussing risks and prioritizing controls, it's important that security and the business use a common language to collaboratively communicate recommendations to upper management. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Josh More details how the CIS Critical Controls can provide a simple risk taxonomy that helps keep everyone on the same page.

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October 23, 2017 | Risk Management
By Josh More, IANS Faculty

 Suit Your Risk Framework to Your Risk Types

When it comes to managing risk, no one risk framework can truly rule them all. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Josh More explains that organizations face different types of risks (strategic, tactical and operational) and details some ways to address them all without force-fitting a framework, bogging down processes or oversimplifying the analysis.

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September 13, 2017 | Vendor and Partner Management
By Josh More, IANS Faculty

 Create Optimal Contract Language to Enable App Security Assessments via the Cloud

Getting application vendors to agree to have their wares tested in the cloud can  pose challenges, especially because many vendor contracts prohibit the sharing of code, binaries or other data with outside parties. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Josh More offers some sample contract language to make it work. 

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September 7, 2017 | Data Classification
By Josh More, IANS Faculty

 Take a Phased Approach to Data Classification

End-to-end enterprise data classification/management programs are seldom successful out of the gate, but they can get there eventually. In this written Ask-an-Expert response, IANS Faculty Josh More explains the limitations of data management tool sets, and advocates for an iterative, phased approach that starts small and becomes increasingly successful over time.  

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September 6, 2017 | Risk Management
By Josh More, IANS Faculty

 Avoid the Pitfalls of Using FAIR for Risk Management

FAIR is an effective approach for rating complex, wide-ranging risks, but it has its downsides. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Josh More details the pitfalls of using FAIR to manage tactical risks such as vulnerability management and offers tips for ensuring success.

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