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Just Enough Security:
Information Security for Business Managers

The Just Enough Security (JES) approach to
information assurance is based on the belief
that no one safeguard can completely protect
your critical information assets from a highly
motivated threat.  The JES security model
combines multiple layers of safeguards with
simple risk management tools to help you
achieve both the security of your information
assets and a return on your security
investment.  

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