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What is an information security policy?

An information security policy is a set of instructions that an organisation gives its staff to help them prevent data breaches. Employees are involved in many of the most common causes of security incidents, whether directly (such as accidental breaches) or indirectly (such as phishing scams), so thorough guidelines are essential. How do you create information security policies? Your … [Read more...]

Further your career with certified ISO 27001 training

At IT Governance Europe, we believe that an ISO 27001 qualification is something that every cyber security professional should have. As such, we’ve made our ISO 27001 courses available in classrooms, online and in-house. These courses have been designed to teach attendees the skills required to plan, implement, maintain and audit a best-practice information security management system (ISMS) in … [Read more...]

Teamwork is key to your organisation’s cyber security

The World Cup is almost over. What was a thoroughly enjoyable tournament included a number of unexpected results and upsets. Many people were shocked to see Germany crash out at the group stages, and very few predicted that Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar would be watching the semi-finals rather than playing in them. These footballing greats were beaten by sides in which everyone knew their roles and … [Read more...]

61% of data breaches hit SMEs

Most data breaches you read about focus on big organisations, but a new report claims that the majority of incidents occur at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The latest European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) Threat Landscape Report found that 61% of breaches affected organisations with fewer than 1,000 employees. The sectors most likely to be targeted … [Read more...]