Cyber security seems like a very complex issue that requires deep, and seldom available, expertise to do it right. Here is a quick checklist that our information security users have turned into a Template in CommandHound for others to use. This checklist goes after the low hanging fruit by applying the 80/20 rule.
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Have you tried to implement a comprehensive information security framework like ISO 27001 or COBIT but nobody is doing what they are supposed to do? A lack of accountability in the workplace is often the main reason.
Deciding to implement a comprehensive information security framework like ISO 27001 or COBIT is not a trivial thing. These frameworks are comprehensive, cross-functional, broad reaching, and culture-changing. Here are 3 compliance software tools to help you through the process.
Although the IT profession covers a wide range of job descriptions and responsibilities, certain challenges facing IT professionals are universal. The challenge is always about how to stay up-to-date with new developments while taking care of the day-to-day.
Corporations are constantly threatened by information security breaches. Learn how to effectively execute a comprehensive information security strategy.
The worldwide cyberattacks in the news lately have worried businesses and individuals alike.
The ransomware attacks Petya and WannaCry have affected commercial businesses, governmental entities, and individuals by the thousands. But while the media focuses on these external attacks, internal network security threats remain one of the most common problems in security management.
Headache-causing. Frustrating. Sluggish. These are some of the terms that go through our heads when trying to decode the complex regulatory requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX).
Why do some of your employees get all tasks done on time and as expected, but others can’t seem to have the same success rate, even when those tasks are critical and are designed to avoid, transfer, or reduce risks to the business?
Is it their motivation? Their DNA? Is it compensation? Is it culture?