The growing threat of cyber risks means organisations need a robust cyber security strategy, underpinned by effective and efficient cyber security processes.
Alan Calder, Founder and Executive Chairman of IT Governance
, says: “Familiarity with, and implementation of, key cyber security standards is an important factor for any results-driven cyber security strategy. Even the best people and technology in the world cannot protect you from cyber attacks unless there are well-defined processes in place which identify what activities, procedures, roles and documentation should exist to mitigate the risks associated with cyber crime.”
So how can organisations take advantage of key cyber security standards in parallel to improve their processes?
The newly released Cyber Security Governance & Risk Management Toolkit
consolidates the best practice guidance of PAS 555, ISO27001, ISO27032, the Cloud Control Matrix and the UK Government’s BIS Ten Steps To Cyber Security, to provide an over-arching framework for managing cyber security risk. Its modular construction and control mapping matrix enables users to add more controls to their existing management system.
Complete with all new user-friendly features, this toolkit helps implementers create a management system capable of managing cyber risk and achieving ISO27001 certification at the same time.
The toolkit is available from IT Governance, the fast growing cyber security services business, and can be ordered here: www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/p-1403.aspx