, the global provider of cyber security expertise, has published a free guide that shows organisations how to stay cyber secure with ISO 27001. It can be downloaded from: www.itgovernance.co.uk/dont-risk-it-cyber-secure-it-with-iso27001.aspx
Alan Calder, the founder and executive chairman of IT Governance, says, “Organisations are increasingly under pressure to provide assurance to directors, customers and other stakeholders that appropriate cyber security precautions are in place.
“ISO 27001 is the internationally recognised standard for achieving a company-wide level of cyber security. It not only provides an effective framework for managing cyber risks, but organisations can also obtain certification to demonstrate that they take cyber security seriously.”
The new guide, Cyber Security & ISO 27001: An Introduction
, offers insight into how smart organisations are protecting their reputations and their critical information assets while winning new business with ISO 27001 certification.
Protecting against cyber threats with ISO 27001
The 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey (ISBS) revealed that security breach levels have risen again. 90% of large organisations reported suffering a security breach (up from 81% in 2014), while 74% of small businesses had a security breach (up from 60%). Moreover, 59% of respondents expect there will be more security incidents in the next year than last.
According to the ISBS, “ISO 27001 remains the leading standard for security management.”
is recognised internationally and provides guidance on the implementation of an information security management system (ISMS).
Calder adds, “My advice to every organisation is: don’t risk it – cyber secure it. Implement ISO 27001.”
If you don’t know your organisation is cyber secure, you’re taking the sort of risk that your shareholders, customers and regulators would deem irresponsible and unacceptable.
Download IT Governance’s free guide now from: www.itgovernance.co.uk/dont-risk-it-cyber-secure-it-with-iso27001.aspx