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CIOs, IT managers, and security specialists all face difficult questions about security spending. This sample chapter from The New School of Information Security examines justifications for allocating resources for security, discusses ways to determine how much money you should spend, and explains how to decide where that money should be spent (and not spent). The "New School" perspective offers interesting insights that incorporate psychological factors and economic valuation techniques that can keep you from throwing good money after bad.
Title: The New School of Information Security
Authors: Adam Shostack and Andrew Stewart
Chapter 6: "Spending"
ISBN-13: 9780321502780; copyright March 2008 by Addison-Wesley Professional, an imprint of Pearson Education
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