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Information Security Management

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InfoSec models inter-relationship mappings. Posted by Glory Idehen.
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I am looking for mapping of SABSA attributes taxonomy to ISO 27001's PDCA, ITIL & COBIT 5 models.
Glory Idehen | 10/8/2014 11:13:35 PM | COMMENTS(7)
Many organisations publish "cyber alert levels" which are intended to represent the severity of the current threat environment. However, on the face of it, I question whether these measures are actionable. Seem to be more of a marketing gimmic. I'm not...
Ross Peachey | 9/25/2014 6:21:45 AM | COMMENTS(0)
I am going to have the consultant to perform a holistic IT risk assessment for the company, what factors will you consider in picking the best vendor to offer the service? Vendor size, brand, personnel professionalism, reference, cost? Anything else? It i...
chungangus | 9/25/2014 12:05:36 AM | COMMENTS(3)
Our healthcare organization is reorganizing its overall reporting structures to include IS Security.  We currently report to the VP/CIO.  We would appreciate hearing from others what model(s) are in use for IS Security reporting. Thank you
grayowl | 9/25/2014 12:02:55 AM | COMMENTS(2)
I am reviewing an existing security process in the ITIL framework.  All new services have to go through a security checklist before the service going to launch in the service catalog. I am thinking any standard template or methodology we have to follow? I...
chungangus | 9/18/2014 6:20:17 AM | COMMENTS(2)
On of the biggest impacts in the ISO 27001:2013 standard is the omission of the words "asset based" in the requirements of risk assessment. Risk assessment may still be asset based, but as of chapter 4 (Context of the organization) risks are much more end...
Koen Béroudiaux | 9/18/2014 6:15:39 AM | COMMENTS(3)

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Volume 5, 2014
by William Emmanuel Yu, Ph.D., CISM, CRISC, CISSP, CSSLP
As enterprises attempt to determine the best ways of handling today’s bring your own device (BYOD) trends, they also realize the potential for mobilizing their existing enterprise systems and applications.
Volume 5, 2014
by Giuliano Pozza
The discussion around bring your own device (BYOD) policies is often focused on topics such as the opportunity, risk and security implications of using personal devices and user apps in the business context.
Volume 5, 2014
by Steven J. Ross, CISA, CISSP, MBCP
“CERT,” in the context of information security, is a term with a long and noble pedigree.
Volume 5, 2014
by John Simiyu Masika, CISA, CISM
Leading change means putting in place systematic processes aimed at transforming the information security management and practices within the organisation.
Volume 5, 2014
by Ed Gelbstein, Ph.D.
There are three domains that impact information security.
Volume 5, 2014
by Thomas Borton, CISA, CISM, CRISC, CISSP
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Hi everyone!  I've drawn a big picture based on the information of the COBIT 5 Process as well as the ISO Standards and ITIL, to present and share it with other colleagues and for further discussions.  Well, I hope that Model will be useful, bec...
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Few days back a news flashed in Information Security circles that KMART one of the top brick and mortar retailers in America had a data breach i.e. they lost customer’s personal information and credit card/ debit card information due to a malware on their...
Posted By : Abhishek Tripathi | 0 comments
27 Oct 2014
Now a days, you don’t need to be a IT guru or best software programmer to access /control other personal/organization data. If you follow below techniques, you can easily get confidential information. 1. Masquerading 2. Tailgeting (Piggy back) 3. Dum...
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There is always a need to understand and practice the correct terminology for security assessment. Throughout your career, you may run into commercial grade companies and non-commercial organizations that are likely to misinterpret the term penetration t...
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14 Oct 2014
For those new to PCI Compliance (either a new QSA or other interested party) I have put together a general PCI Compliance Wiki to quickly cover the basis of PCI Compliance. •PCI DSS Standards Overview •History of PCI DSS •Who has to...
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