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Information Security Policies/Procedures

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When it comes to architecture, I always preach measure twice, cut once approach. However, with policies and standards, it's not always possible, especially in rapidly changing IT environments. Over the years, I've seen many of my clients spending 6 months...
apoizner | 8/14/2014 1:09:01 PM | COMMENTS(3)
Hello Everyone, Is anyone willing to share their IT use policy.  I am developing one for my organization and would like to see what others are doing.  Thanks in advance
AMD | 8/7/2014 4:23:03 AM | COMMENTS(6)
Hi Everyone, I'm the chapter president of ISACA Ireland and would like to let members of this topic know that we are seeking innovative, practical and / or thought provoking session proposals for our conference on 3rd Oct 2014.  For knowledge center membe...
Neil_Curran | 8/2/2014 12:38:41 PM | COMMENTS(0)
I came across an interesting article which stated the 10 most relevant policies where CISO's should look at or should develop (see in https://www.infosecisland.com/blogview/5033-10-Essential-Security-Polices.html): 1 Acceptable use policy 2 Privacy po...
Marc Vael | 2/12/2014 11:09:18 AM | COMMENTS(5)
Within the current of mobile devices ( smart mobile phone , flash memories , iPad , laptops) in addition to the extension of network world wide , data classification , control protection and security become a real challenges , mostly this threat the confi...
Mutasim707 | 12/16/2013 4:38:15 AM | COMMENTS(1)
Should the most strict information security policies and standards from the shareholding companies be used as the baseline or can the joint-venture develop its own policies?
Robert883 | 12/10/2013 9:15:16 AM | COMMENTS(3)

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Volume 2, 2014
by James Baird, CISM, CISSP, ISO 27001 LI, ITIL (F)
There is an axiom for authors that states to be a successful writer, one must know the reader.
Volume 2, 2014
by Key Mak, CISM, CAP, CISSP, ITIL, PMP, Security Plus, ECMp
Whether launching an information security project or developing a road map for an enterprise, determining where to start can be overwhelming.
Volume 2, 2011
by Gan Subramaniam, CISA, CISM, CCNA, CCSA, CIA, CISSP, ISO 27001 LA, SSCP
What should be our approach to determining and reaching agreement on the optimal percentage of business operations that must be or can be recovered in the event of a crisis?
Volume 3, 2010
by Steven J. Ross, CISA, MBCP, CISSP
Any organization planning to utilize cloud computing services should be well aware of the risks and should implement a robust control structure to counter them. Among the foremost risks is disruption of service, which includes both downtime and data loss.
Volume 2, 2010
by Chris Fry and Martin Nystrom | Reviewed by Tansu Gumus, CISA, CCNA
Volume 2, 2010
by John P. Pironti, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CISSP, ISSAP, ISSMP

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On March 1st,  I was invited to speak at the CampIT conference on Enterprise Risk/Security Management at Rosemont Convention Center. Before me there were two speakers. The first presenter spent an hour presenting the story from the trenches of technolog...
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Infosec community celebrates new versions of ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 27002:2013. Worth to look at:http://blog.iso27001standard.com/2013/10/08/infographic-new-iso-27001-2013-revision-what-has-changed and everyone should read the story of genesis of  ISO 270...
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