Torsten George is vice president of worldwide marketing and products at integrated risk management software vendor Agiliance. Torsten has more than 20 years of global information security experience in data breach prevention, incident response best practices and cyber security strategies. He holds a doctorate in economics and a master's degree in business administration.
Personal Website: http://www.agiliance..com/
Recent Articles by Torsten George
With governance and compliance regulations constantly changing and growing more complex, it can be hard for businesses to keep up. These three security elements can help your business stay on top of IT security.
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