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Innovation Governance: In Everything New, There Is Plenty of Old

Author: K. Brian Kelley, CISA, CSPO, MCSE, Security+
Date Published: 1, January 2020

I have been an IT professional for more than four decades, starting in the 1980s. So much has changed, yet so much has stayed the same or, more appropriately, returned to the same. That is one of the reasons I love embracing innovation. Innovation is built on the foundation of what we already know. However, if you do not break down a new technology, you may not see the familiar, foundational elements. When we rely on the hype, the evangelist view of why this new technology is the greatest thing since <insert your chosen invention here>, it all sounds new and ground breaking, paradigm shifting, and future defining...


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