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Intel’s approach to security has evolved. The current strategy looks to apply reasonable protections that allow information to flow through the organization. This reduces risk, but maintains a quality user experience. A big component of that strategy is the utilization of Business Intelligence. In this podcast we talk with two key people in Intel security: Stacy Purcell, of Intel IT’s Enterprise Architecture Team, and Malcolm Harkins, VP and Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Intel. They discuss the evolution of the company’s security business intelligence strategy, and the increased capability BI offers.
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