RSM McGladrey

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Automation Systems: Identifying Threats and Implementing Security Measures

    Industrial systems have transitioned from proprietary architecture to industry standards based architecture. While this transition has brought many benefits with it, it has also increased the potential security risks from various threats. What this means is that one must take proper steps to protect the industrial systems. A lot of...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    How To Effectively Identify, Prioritize And Implement Strategic Projects To Provide Business Value

    The current economic landscape in the United States and around the world has required companies to stop wasting precious budget and resources on poorly performing strategy execution efforts. This means that from the earliest project planning stages to implementation and support, project initiatives must be managed to enable companies to...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Managing Your Total Rewards Investment In An Uncertain Economy

    Current financial and market conditions are creating heavy liquidity and capital challenges for many organizations throughout the country. These conditions have profoundly changed the business operating environment for most companies. The diminishing value of company assets erodes borrowing power to sustain business continuity. Commercial banks and lenders are focusing more...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    The Art Of Negotiating Vendor Contracts

    If one is nearly ready to sign a vendor contract, there are a number of points one should address to better protect the long-term interest of the institution. Negotiating fees may be one of the easiest items discussed in such a complex process. Combining information provided by these organizations, along...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Chip and PIN and the PCI Data Security Standard

    Chip and PIN is a British government-backed initiative to implement the Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) standard for credit cards with a built-in Integrated Circuit (IC), also known as IC Cards or Chip and PIN. The purpose of Chip and PIN was to reduce the amount of fraud in face-to-face...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Understanding PCI Compensating Controls

    Meeting the requirements of the PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) can be a challenge for any organization. It becomes even more challenging when the organization is unable to meet any of the requirements. There is a common misconception that organizations must meet the requirements as they are written - with...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Ensuring Data Security During Downsizing

    A common response to business shortfall is downsizing staff. If this happens in the technical support area, technical management must be prepared to provide the same level and scope of business support with fewer resources. Finding ways to manage the technical infrastructure to optimize the efforts of the remaining support...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Retailers And Vendors Beware: Tough Times Require Careful Planning

    According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, the U.S. entered its recession in December 2007, far earlier than most business people thought. Most economists forecast that this may be the longest contraction since the 1980 recession. Lawrence Summers along with other presidential economic advisors suggest that the pace of...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Chip and PIN and the PCI Data Security Standard

    Chip and PIN is a British government-backed initiative to implement the Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) standard for credit cards with a built-in Integrated Circuit (IC), also known as IC Cards or Chip and PIN. The purpose of Chip and PIN was to reduce the amount of fraud in face-to-face...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Ensuring Data Security During Downsizing

    A common response to business shortfall is downsizing staff. If this happens in the technical support area, technical management must be prepared to provide the same level and scope of business support with fewer resources. Finding ways to manage the technical infrastructure to optimize the efforts of the remaining support...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Understanding PCI Compensating Controls

    Meeting the requirements of the PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) can be a challenge for any organization. It becomes even more challenging when the organization is unable to meet any of the requirements. There is a common misconception that organizations must meet the requirements as they are written - with...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Automation Systems: Identifying Threats and Implementing Security Measures

    Industrial systems have transitioned from proprietary architecture to industry standards based architecture. While this transition has brought many benefits with it, it has also increased the potential security risks from various threats. What this means is that one must take proper steps to protect the industrial systems. A lot of...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    How To Effectively Identify, Prioritize And Implement Strategic Projects To Provide Business Value

    The current economic landscape in the United States and around the world has required companies to stop wasting precious budget and resources on poorly performing strategy execution efforts. This means that from the earliest project planning stages to implementation and support, project initiatives must be managed to enable companies to...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    The Art Of Negotiating Vendor Contracts

    If one is nearly ready to sign a vendor contract, there are a number of points one should address to better protect the long-term interest of the institution. Negotiating fees may be one of the easiest items discussed in such a complex process. Combining information provided by these organizations, along...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Retailers And Vendors Beware: Tough Times Require Careful Planning

    According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, the U.S. entered its recession in December 2007, far earlier than most business people thought. Most economists forecast that this may be the longest contraction since the 1980 recession. Lawrence Summers along with other presidential economic advisors suggest that the pace of...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Managing Your Total Rewards Investment In An Uncertain Economy

    Current financial and market conditions are creating heavy liquidity and capital challenges for many organizations throughout the country. These conditions have profoundly changed the business operating environment for most companies. The diminishing value of company assets erodes borrowing power to sustain business continuity. Commercial banks and lenders are focusing more...

    Provided By RSM McGladrey