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Securing Business Intelligence: Knowledge and CyberSecurity in the Post 9/11 World

Securing Business Intelligence: Knowledge and CyberSecurity in the Post 9/11 World

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Book DescriptionThis book provides business and government leaders a new way of thinking about security and information. Securing Business Intelligence identifies the changing way of thinking required by our new security needs and provides a compelling model for viewing security within a broader conceptual framework including innovative content/knowledge management practices.

Can your organization be attacked? Before the events of September 11, most organizations might have answered, no. Since then, this message has been reinforced by intellectual property loss, natural disasters, and power outages.

Recent events brought with it the near-universal realization that tighter network security; backup networks, increased security in knowledge management and the creation of disaster recovery architecture are absolute requirements. Securing business intelligence is the vital key to survival and success in our brave new world.

And so, in response to those events, industry and government leaders radically re-assessed their assumptions about what constitutes adequate security measures. With a sense of urgency, they proclaimed the need to secure networks, information, assets and people. A Department of Homeland Security was created, broad changes in regulations and security practices (most visible at airports) were instituted, and officials in all sectors urged the development of new security technologies.

This book will offer a unique perspective on security and management of knowledge resources. In particular, it will address a new and insidious danger that faces almost every business today: cyber threats. Businesses must be prepared to defend against such attacks, and to recover from them. This book also provides practical examples and importantconcepts for those who are concerned with both security and the competitive use of business intelligence.