Over the last few posts we have talked about the importance of information security, how ISO 27001 sets the standards for the organisation of information security, and changes you may need to make in order to meet that standard.
We understand that organisations have frantically busy times when the to-do list lengthens and security may not be your main focus but your organisation’s security is not something you can push to one side.
To save you time, we have hand selected a number of resources on information security and controls which will help you learn more about information security and how to implement it in your organisation.
Please let us know of any others you recommend in the comments section.
Training (click this link for more information)
For those looking to immerse themselves in Information Security Training Courses then it is definitely worthwhile having a look at this list of training courses . Courses offered include SABSA, TOGAF, CISSP, CRISC, ISO 27001 and CISM with venues in Sydney, Melbourne and various other capital cities around Australia.
Cyber Security (click this link for more information)
Cyber security is an issue for everyone whether you are discussing security on a personal or business level. Online security and fraud awareness impacts everyone as more and more of the businesses and services we use become automated and accessible online. This list features many quality resources aimed at both personal use and business security.
Information Security Manual (click this link for more information)
The Australian Government Information Security Manual on Controls is designed to provide greater accessibility and understanding at all levels of government. Apply the controls described throughout to ensure you have effective security governance in place.
Implementing Information Security (click this link for more information)
This Information Management Advice paper released by the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office focuses on the establishment of a governance structure, developing an information security plan and an information security policy for your agency. This pragmatic approach is definitely a worthwhile read and features some very helpful images.
Information Security Guidelines (click this link for more information)
This Information Security Guidelines paper issued by the NSW Government was provided to assist NSW government agencies to establish and maintain their Information Security Management System (ISMS). This guide is particularly helpful to executives and managers accountable for the security of their information assets as well as staff who are responsible for risk management and security within their agency.
Information security and control is becoming increasingly important and it is essential that organisations and agencies understand the issues before a security breach occurs. Take your time to browse these links and increase your information security awareness.
If you need help or wish to learn more about ISO 27001 and the changes you need to make to meet the standard, feel free to contact us by phone or email, and we can advise you on your next steps.