Beware of the Information Security Inertia Syndrome

We all know that some things are easier to do than others. In fact, what separates an average manager from a great one is the ability to balance decisions based on two almost totally unrelated sets of criteria: ease of accomplishment on the one hand vs. value to the organization on the other. Think about it this way: A manager that only focuses on the quick-to-accomplish “low-hanging fruit” isn’t going to last long because he or she is not focusing on what’s critical to the organization and of the highest value.


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Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 Uncategorized