Information technology, cyber threats and security postures constantly are evolving in a high-stakes race. As CNA, a multi-line business and personal insurance agency, began shifting to more managed services in 2010, the company’s security posture also had to change to ensure the company was doing the utmost to protect systems and data.

Robert Allen, CNA’s chief information security officer, arrived just as the insurer began the shift. And, in early 2013, he added infrastructure services to his list of responsibilities. Allen describes the change in philosophy as becoming more pragmatic and less compliance oriented.

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