Policy that lives: Enforcing security in spite of the users

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Creating a security policy may be hard, says Illena Armstrong, but making sure that users comply is always the biggest problem

Dog-eared pages, coffee stains here or there, and maybe even some misspellings or highlighted passages are preferable finds in a company's security policy. Such evidence of human interaction with the enterprise infosecurity tome shows that it is a work in progress, a living document that is ...

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