Archive for September, 2013

ISO27001 in Modern Business – Part 2

Author: Ethan Moore
Literature Review
Information Security

The BSI (2013b) describes information as the lifeblood of all organisations that can exist in many forms. It can be printed or written on paper, stored electronically, transmitted by mail or by electronic means, shown in films, or spoken in conversation. In today’s competitive business environment, …

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SMBs: Unsuspecting targets for cybercrime?

LONDON, UK, 13 September – CRN recently hosted a roundtable, commissioned by McAfee to discuss the threats faced by smaller organisations and what role the channel can play in helping to arm them against attack.

David Lannin, Security Strategist at Sapphire joined Raj Samani, European chief technology officer at McAfee and …

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ISO27001 in Modern Business – Part 1

Author: Ethan Moore

In a world where information security is an important part of business success, it is important to have a globally recognised standard for companies to adhere to in order to ensure continuity and effectiveness is achieved. The ISO/IEC 27001:2005 Information Security Standard is such a standard. It covers …

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