Posts Tagged ‘Fire and Security’

How public distrust is affecting cyber security strategies

According to this article published in SC magazine ’80 per cent of the UK public implicitly do not trust organisations to keep their data safe; with nearly half (41 per cent) feeling that it has become inevitable their data will be compromised by hackers.’ Do your stakeholders trust you? Consumer confidence in cyber security has […]

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What is a risk assessment framework

Image by Adam Melancon via Flickr The Security Risk Assessment Handbook: A Complete Guide for Performing Security Risk Assessments Definition – A risk assessment framework (RAF) is a strategy for prioritizing and sharing information about the security risks to an information technology (IT) infrastructure. A good RAF organizes and presents information in a way that […]

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Economic turmoil and BCP

Due to economic insecurity all the warning signs are pointing that this year is going to top the record for information security and privacy incidents. Organizations may not be in a position to take business limiting risk and bypass security fundamental like Business Continuity Planning (BCP). During this economic uncertainty organizations have to pay more […]

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