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  • (cur | prev) 13:31, 27 May 2020User (talk | contribs). . (12,182 bytes) (+6)
  • (cur | prev) 08:32, 11 December 2018User (talk | contribs). . (12,176 bytes) (+10). . (The Business Model for Information Security began life as a model for systemic security management, created by Dr. Laree Kiely and Terry Benzel at the USC Marshall School of Business Institute for Critical Information Infrastructure Protection.)
  • (cur | prev) 19:16, 6 December 2018User (talk | contribs). . (12,166 bytes) (+12,166). . (The Business Model for Information Security began life as a model for systemic security management, created by Dr. Laree Kiely & Terry Benzel at USC. In 2008 ISACA acquired the rights to develop the model to help embed its concepts in information security)