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Re: IT and Security Team Structure
From: hobbit () theshire com
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2009 12:30:06 -0700 (PDT)

Hello John,

I would suggest first defining the services that the team will be perfoming. Once you have determined the services that the team will offer, get an idea of the work hours for each of these services, and then you will have a good idea of head count you will want to request.

Obviously some of the inital tasks or on-going work may be subject to outsourcing, if hiring isn't an option, or if you can find reasonable priced and talented service providers.

Best of luck.

->Pierre Cadieux - CISSP, GCFA

On Fri, 17 Apr 2009, John D wrote:

Hi All,

Can anyone provide the references on the internet for best practices for forming IT and Security Team Structure?

Thanks in advance.
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