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Those responsible for information security in the Mexican organizations are still on their own and are not yet included in the organizational chart and in decisions that impact business areas revealed global survey of Ernst & Young.
Only 12% of respondents said that their organization exists in a security strategy that is fully integrated with business strategy, according to figures from the Global Survey of Information Security consulting firm.
In the same indicator, the percentage of companies in other countries that have a security strategy, which is also alienated the business, rose to 37%.
According to the survey in the country, 22% organizations have a strategy of information security. This means that in Mexico only 1 in 5 do not have a security strategy. In the world, the scenario is worse, they are 29% organizations have not developed such a strategy.
Among those surveyed in Mexico by Ernst & Young include decision makers and financial executives, auditors, responsible for information security and information technology, half of them small and medium enterprises, 25% owned by large companies 25% to corporations.
The biggest challenges, according to the respondents globally are organizational awareness and availability of skilled human resources. In Mexico the third most important challenge is the understanding of emerging technologies in the world, having an adequate budget.
“Today the information security of any business is a matter that should be on the agenda of any organization because information is the most important asset they have,” said Ricardo Lira, Senior Manager IT Advisory practice in Security About Ernst & Young.
The cold war between New York and Silicon Valley to Apple and the advertising industry just cooler.
On Tuesday, Apple unveiled its long awaited subscription model for content on their mobile devices.
The company has been devising its policy and has held negotiations with publishers silent for a year, but the plan announced showed few signs of a diplomatic compromise.
The approach take-it-or-leave-it for Apple wants 30% of all sales generated within their platform, and shall have the customers name and contact information, unless buyers choose to share that information with content creators.