Monthly archives: June 2015

30 June 2015 / JC’s Column / JC Gaillard

Information Security is still broadly perceived as an IT discipline built around technical products and projects – you just have to open any industry magazine or publication to see it. The InfoSec Europe exhibition in London in June 2015 would have att… Read more »

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25 June 2015 / Leadership Development, Strategy and Governance / Neil Cordell

Another commonly held view across Information Security communities is that, given the current level of cyber threats, business protection is primarily driven by the implementation of the latest technical Information Security products (in order to “keep… Read more »

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18 June 2015 / Leadership Development, Strategy and Governance / Neil Cordell

Another commonly held view across Information Security communities is that an Information Security practice needs to drive technical projects. In the previous article, it was highlighted that Information Security needs to be a cross-silo practice rathe… Read more »

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15 June 2015 / Strategy and Governance / Neil Cordell

In our recent feature on BCS.org, we discussed the importance of effective cyber security when it comes to protecting an organisation’s information assets. In our article we discussed the importance of technologists focussing more on threats and contro… Read more »

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11 June 2015 / Leadership Development, Strategy and Governance / Neil Cordell

Another commonly held view across Information Security communities is that Information Security needs to be primarily a technical discipline. At face value, this view doesn’t make sense because Information exists in both physical and digital forms – an… Read more »

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4 June 2015 / Leadership Development, Strategy and Governance / JC Gaillard

Another commonly held view across Information Security communities is that Information Security needs to be everybody’s responsibility. This is the cliché against which countless Security awareness development programmes have been justified – and while… Read more »

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2 June 2015 / Guest Blog / Richard Preece

Developing Organisational Cyber Resilience – A Core Process for Digital Transformation Digital transformation and innovation is one of the key agendas for almost all enterprises. As the world becomes increasingly hyper-connected through digitisation, e… Read more »

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