It has now been a week since Infosecurity Europe 2014. This year was my first at Infosec, and I found it to be one of the most interesting and diverse events I have ever been to.
During my short time on the IT Governance stand, I spoke to several people who were showing a keen interest in our wide range of books. It was a common opinion that our range of books is one of the broadest in the industry – something of which we are very proud.
To demonstrate our range of books and their popularity, I have created the below list of the 5 bestselling books at Infosecurity 2014*. All of the following books are available in multiple formats.
A quick guide for anyone dealing with the PCI DSS and related issues. Now also covers PCI DSS version 3.0.
Now updated for the 2013 editions of ISO27001/ISO27002, this pocket guide gives a useful overview of two important information security standards.
A perfect introduction to the principles and practice underpinning the governance of enterprise IT using COBIT®5.
An essential guide to penetration testing and vulnerability assessment, which can be used as a preparation guide for Certified Penetration Testing Engineer exams.
This book provides an overview of security architecture processes, and explains how they may be used to derive an appropriate set of security controls to manage the risks associated with working in the Cloud.
*on the IT Governance stand.