Boulder, Colo. — Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), an IT management research and consulting firm, released a new advisory note, “What the Economic Crisis Means for IT Security and Risk Management.” In the advisory note, EMA research director, Scott Crawford, highlights the impact of the current financial industry meltdown, and its implications for the management of security and risk in IT.

“Clearly, the fallout from this crisis poses serious issues for IT security and risk management,” he says. “Professionals in these fields should be thinking seriously about what they may be facing as a result, but that’s not all. They also must understand how this crisis came about in order to be prepared for what will follow, as well as what it says about the mindset of the business when it comes to managing risk in any respect.”

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