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Jacob
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Re: Well done
Jacob   8/27/2013 12:33:07 AM
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"i am all for debate. You made a point that made me think differently. That, to me is what real healthy debate, when you can have your views evolve when others make good points."

Hailey, now I got misunderstand. Thanks for accepting my point.

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   8/24/2013 6:43:13 PM
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@Jacob, you misunderstand... i am all for debate. You made a point that made me think differently. That, to me is what real healthy debate, when you can have your views evolve when others make good points.

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Jacob   8/23/2013 1:45:19 AM
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"you are right. I take it back... People are the most important."

Hailey, it's not like that. That's my intervention or interpretation on my own perspective. It may be right or can be wrong too. If you have any ideas for a healthy discussion we can...

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   8/23/2013 1:05:22 AM
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@Jacob, you are right. I take it back... People are the most important.

Jacob
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Jacob   8/22/2013 8:43:43 AM
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"I would probably put brand damage first myself, but could understand why the talent question is at the top of your list. As systems and technologies get more complex and move faster, this can be a make or break question for organizations."

Hailey, according to me brand building is through good and talent employees effort. If there is no talented manpower, then where is the brand Image



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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   8/22/2013 12:56:11 AM
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Thanks for weighing in Jacob. I would probably put brand damage first myself, but could understand why the talent question is at the top of your list. As systems and technologies get more complex and move faster, this can be a make or break question for organizations.

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WaqasAltaf   8/10/2013 12:34:23 PM
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Himanshugupta, you are right. It often happens that the risk management function is established but the leadership is too busy in enhancing the business that it doesn't focus on effective functioning of the risk management function. Later this becomes a viewed overhead for the organization. 

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Jacob   8/5/2013 5:10:38 AM
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"it was in some sort of order, but i'm sure the priorities are different for everyone. What would you put at the top of your list?"

Hailey, according to me "Failure to attract or retain top talent" and "Damage to reputation / brand" have more priorities.



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Eldredge   8/4/2013 6:28:23 PM
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And I think the risk rlated to IP goes well beyond the potential for theft - companies need to have the correct emphasis and processes in place to recognize and protect IP, or risk giving it away.

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   8/1/2013 11:58:03 PM
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@Eldredge, that's a good addition, particularly in the electronics supply chain. I know that hackers are increasingly focusing on organizations with an eye toward stealing intellectual property--so it may be more of a problem now than it was a few years ago, and certainly on the rise.

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