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Tom Romeo, Dave McClure Suggest Steps to Help Secure Business Processes

Tom Romeo
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TYSONS CORNER, VA March 24, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — ExecutiveBiz reported Monday on remarks by Tom Romeo, president of Maximus (NYSE: MMS) Federal Services, and Dave McClure, chief strategist at Veris Group, regarding federal agencies’ need to integrate data security into their business processes to avoid risk-centered vulnerabilities.McClure_David_small

“Finding the right balance is challenging in a security paradigm that must understand the nuances of interactions among the users, business processes and business object layers in public, private and hybrid cloud environments, ” the two executives wrote in a joint opinion piece for FCW published Friday.

They suggested continuous monitoring and assessments and shoring up executive support among critical steps enterprises can take to help close the security gap.

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