Importance of Information Security in CSR

What is CSR?

The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) was first discussed in the 1950s though it was widely acknowledged much later during the late 1990s. The core idea of CSR is to integrate business with responsibilities towards our society and environment. CSR, in this way, is considered as the most convincing way to achieve a balance between economic, environmental and social imperatives while at the same time addressing the expectations of shareholders and stakeholders. Organizations try to enhance the reputation of a company with active CSR, although the concept of CSR goes beyond that.

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Resistance to cultural change plays spoilsport to strengthen enterprise IT security (Part – 1)

Recently, while interviewing some of the global CIOs and CISOs in an event regarding the reason of extensive privileged account compromise, we came across a very interesting point of view, which was highlighted by a few of the respondents. Work culture and employee mindset can be a big barrier in establishing a robust IT security framework in enterprises. Let us see how it can play spoilsport while strengthening enterprise IT security.

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