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Implement an Effective Security Metrics Project or Program "IT Security Metrics" provides a comprehensive approach to measuring risks, threats, operational activities, and the effectiveness of data protection in your organization. The book explains how to choose and design effective measurement strategies and addresses the data requirements of those strategies. The Securit ...more
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Published August 1st 2010 by McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media (first published June 21st 2010)
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“The important point to emphasize is that security metrics are a journey and not a destination.” 0 likes
“Measurement without analysis and action wastes time and money and contributes to uncertainty and risk rather than reducing them.” 0 likes
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