BlogTalk Radio Discussion – Return on Security Investment – Intel Case Study

Measuring the value of information security programs is difficult and a problem for the entire industry. In the second of the three part series, Intel discusses a practical approach to determine value of information security initiatives. Intel security professionals Tim Casey, Enrique Herrera, and Matthew Rosenquist discussed the success of Intel’s security value methodology outlined in the

Listen to how Intel utilizes this strategy as one means to measure the value of security programs. The whitepaper is available for download.

The 30 minute discussion can be replayed here:

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The last of the three part series, Future State of Security Measurement, will occur on Wednsday June 4th. Everyone is welcome to participate or just listen in. Details can be found here:

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Matthew Rosenquist

About Matthew Rosenquist

Matthew Rosenquist is a Cybersecurity Strategist for Intel Corp and benefits from 20+ years in the field of security. He specializes in strategy, measuring value, and developing cost effective capabilities and organizations which deliver optimal levels of security. Matthew helped with the formation of the Intel Security Group, an industry leading organization bringing together security across hardware, firmware, software and services. An outspoken advocate of cybersecurity, he strives to advance the industry and his guidance can be heard at conferences, and found in whitepapers, articles, and blogs.