Sailing the 7 C’s of security monitoring

7 seas cloudOne of the established best practices in InfoSec is monitoring. People, products and companies get paid a great deal of money and expend a great deal of resources to watch pots. Monitoring simply is the central component to any security initiative. But with all best practices, there are variables. How much to monitor? What priorities matter? Where are my greatest vulnerabilities? To this end, I have boiled down monitoring to 7 best practices…The 7 C’s of security monitoring:

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One thought on “Sailing the 7 C’s of security monitoring

  1. Hi CloudAccess,

    Thanks for this great post. Security is a priority for businesses, and you 7 C’s are useful for remember what’s important. You’ve done a great job with both this article and blog. 🙂

    At the moment, I’m looking for bloggers and contributors for a storage, cloud computing and big data website. Would you perhaps be interested in contributing your past and future blog articles? We want this website to be a thriving community of experts generating conversations on big data, cloud computing and storage virtualization.

    It’s free to join, and only the title and the first few sentences of your blog entries will be published on the website. We want readers to engage with your content and be directed to your blog for the full article. This way, you’ll get traffic! 🙂

    If you’re interested or have any questions, please send me an email at tinajin [at] atomicreach.com with “Tech” in the subject line. I’ll be glad to answer any questions and get you started on being an expert contributor!

    Sincerely,
    Tina Jin

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