Janus Risk Management, Inc., is comprised of attorneys and security subject matter experts, who provide specialized risk-related research, and advice and counsel to clients. Janus Risk Management uses an internally developed and proprietary methodology called the Enterprise Threat Index™ or ETx™, the guiding dynamic and analytic lens behind all Janus research. ETx™ consists of three fundamental elements that are used in the determination and forecasting of threat impact across the corporate enterprise. Janus developed the methodology after September 11, 2001, in response to broadly deployed and rapidly proliferating threat conditions.
In a special study, funded by Wealth Bondage as a public service in Defense of the Homeland, Janus Risk Management, provides three levels of blog threat management policy.
Blog Acceptable Use Policy: ZERO TOLERANCE
Blog Acceptable Use Policy: LIMITED USE
Blog Acceptable Use Policy: PERMISSIONED USE
Cost of the study is $995. BEWARE: Blogs are, according to the study, proliferating rapidly. Some blogs, it finds, are anonymous and may contain undocumented information. In a post 9/11 world blogs are not to be taken lightly.
• Viruses, worms, Trojan horses, Remote Access Trojans, hackers, organized crime, terrorists, and others continue to make the Internet a dangerous place due to fraud, extortion, denials of service, identity theft, espionage, and other crimes. Now, blogging is emerging as a threat to the Internet user community. While blogs have a legitimate use, online journals pose serious threats to enterprise confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
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