The antivirus software that’s selling your data; cybersecurity in space: the final frontier; 5G and the future of UK telecoms; new UK guidelines for ports; and much more in this weeks issue of ISMS.online’s Information and Cybersecurity News Roundup!
Information Security Management System
Information Age is the recognised digital place for technologists to learn and gain new insight. It supports CTOs, CIOs and other technology leaders in managing business critical issues both for today and in the future. It has just published two articles where...
After a busy week I need to decompress so in addition to cycling, I binge watch TV shows with my wife. We recently started to watch Line of Duty Season 5 but very quickly my wife became disengaged and lost interest in the programme. She was messaging her...
Are you thinking about implementing an Information Security Management System or wanting to elevate your existing one? Or maybe you’re looking at ISO 27001 certification for your organisation. Alliantist CEO, Mark Darby, recently put together a Whitepaper which...
Alliantist, the software and services company behind ISMS.online, is pleased to announce it is equipping the London Digital Security Centre with ISMS.online for its’ information security management and broader business collaboration activity.
ISMS.online, the secure cloud software for information security management, has released new risk and interested party ‘banks’. This latest service complements the existing solution set and offers another significant time saving for organisations who are new to, or improving their approach towards, the ISO 27001:2013 standard.
Are you app ‘appy or app fatigued? …Forget multiple tools, now there is just one place to get all your information security, data privacy, and compliance work done well.
Ensure your ISMS delivers long after the last unwanted gift has been discarded
Sensible CTO’s have been compiling their Christmas lists for some time.
There’s no time quite like the start of a new year to set business objectives and goals and embark on fresh projects that will bring about positive business improvements.
And, with security incidents now costing UK organisations an average of £2.6million, up 53% from 2015*, what better reason for placing information security at the top of the agenda in 2017.
I’ve been an awful good girl (or boy!). And an auto convertible really isn’t that much use to me as it probably wouldn’t fit in the multi-storey car parks here.
But if you are in any doubt over the validity of that first statement, or you are simply past believing in Santa Claus, then the best way of ensuring you get something really useful this Christmas is to gift it to yourself.
Yahoo is the latest example of how cyber security impacts a business. Not just in terms of threatened fines from regulators, loss of business and reputation, or hikes in insurance premiums, but in damaging exit value for shareholders.
So, if you are interested in future investment, mergers and acquisitions, or perhaps an exit of your business, then passing due diligence on cyber and information security is a must. Otherwise your final deal value might cost you a helluva lot more than a practical ISMS.