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by Beth McGarrity

It’s always interesting to find out what security practitioners, those out in the field, think about the security and compliance challenges they face day in and day out as they secure their networks and customer data.

A few months ago, when we were at the RSA show, we interviewed Jason Stead of Choice Hotels International to find out his thoughts about the security and compliance conundrum.  Does being compliant mean that a company is secure?  Or should compliance be a byproduct of best practice security activity?

Watch the video below to hear Jason’s thoughts.


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