Information Security Governance: Design, Implementation, Measurement & Compliance / Edition 1

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Overview

Organizations rely on digital information today more than ever before. Unfortunately, that information is equally sought after by criminals. New security standards and regulations are being implemented to deal with these threats, but they are very broad and organizations require focused guidance to adapt the guidelines to their specific needs.

Fortunately, Information Security: Design, Implementation, Measurement, and Compliance outlines a complete roadmap to successful adaptation and implementation of a security program based on the ISO/IEC 17799:2005 (27002) Code of Practice for Information Security Management. The book first describes a risk assessment model, a detailed risk assessment methodology, and an information security evaluation process. Upon this foundation, the author presents a proposed security baseline for all organizations, an executive summary of the ISO/IEC 17799 standard, and a gap analysis exposing the differences between the recently rescinded version and the newly released version of the standard. Finally, he devotes individual chapters to each of the 11 control areas defined in the standard, covering systematically the 133 controls within the 39 control objectives.

Tim Layton's Information Security is a practical tool to help you understand the ISO/IEC 17799 standard and apply its principles within your organization's unique context.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849370878
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 6/15/2006
  • Series: No Series
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 459,458
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

EVALUATING AND MEASURING AN INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM

INFORMATION SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT MODEL (ISRAM™)
. Background
. Linkage
. Risk Assessment Types
. Relationship to Other Models and Standards
. Terminology
. Risk Assessment Relationship
. Information Security Risk Assessment Model (ISRAM)
. References
GLOBAL INFORMATION SECURITY ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY (GISAM™)
. GISAM and ISRAM Relationship
. GISAM Design Criteria
. General Assessment Types
. GISAM Components
. References
DEVELOPING AN INFORMATION SECURITY EVALUATION (ISE™) PROCESS
. The Culmination of ISRAM and GISAM
. Business Process
A SECURITY BASELINE
. KRI Security Baseline Controls
. Security Baseline
. Information Security Policy Document
. Management Commitment to Information Security
. Allocation of Information Security Responsibilities
. Independent Review of Information Security
. Identification of Risks Related to External Parties
. Inventory of Assets
. Classification Guidelines
. Screening
. Information Security Awareness, Education, and Training
. Removal of Access Rights
. Physical Security Perimeter
. Protecting Against External and Environmental Threats
. Secure Disposal or Reuse of Equipment
. Documented Operating Procedures
. Change Management
. Segregation of Duties
. System Acceptance
. Controls against Malicious Code
. Management of Removable Media
. Information Handling Procedures
. Physical Media in Transit
. Electronic Commerce
. Access Control Policy
. User Registration
. Segregation in Networks
. Teleworking
. Security Requirements Analysis and Specification
. Policy on the Use of Cryptographic Controls
. Protection of System Test Data
. Control of Technical Vulnerabilities
. Reporting Information Security Events
. Including Information Security in the Business Continuity Process
. Identification of Applicable Legislation
. Data Protection and Privacy of Personal Information
. Technical Compliance Checking
. References
BACKGROUND OF THE ISO/IEC 17799 STANDARD
. History of the Standard
. Internals of the Standard
. Guidance for Use
. High-Level Objectives
. ISO/IEC Defined
. References
ISO/IEC 17799:2005 GAP ANALYSIS
. Overview
. Guidance for Use
. General Changes
. Security Policy
. Organization of Information Security
. Asset Management
. Human Resources Security
. Physical and Environmental Security
. Communications and Operations Management
. Access Control
. Information Systems Acquisition, Development, and Maintenance
. Information Security Incident Management
. Business Continuity Management
. Compliance
. References

ANALYSIS OF ISO/IEC 17799:2005 (27002) CONTROLS

SECURITY POLICY
. Information Security Policy
. Summary
. References
ORGANIZATION OF INFORMATION SECURITY
. Internal Organization
. External Parties
. Summary
. References
ASSET MANAGEMENT
. Responsibility for Assets
. Information Classification
. Summary
. References
HUMAN RESOURCES SECURITY
. Prior to Employment
. During Employment
. Termination or Change of Employment
. Summary
. References
PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY
. Secure Areas
. Equipment Security
. Summary
. References
COMMUNICATIONS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
. Operational Procedures and Responsibilities
. Third-Party Service Delivery Management
. System Planning and Acceptance
. Protection against Malicious and Mobile Code
. Backup
. Network Security Management
. Media Handling
. Exchange of Information
. Electronic Commerce Services
. Monitoring
. Summary
. References
ACCESS CONTROL
. Business Requirements for Access Control
. User Access Management
. User Responsibilities
. Network Access Control
. Operating System Access Control
. Application and Information Access Control
. Mobile Computing and Teleworking
. Summary
. References
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ACQUISITION, DEVELOPMENT, AND MAINTENANCE
. Security Requirements of Information Systems
. Correct Processing in Applications
. Cryptographic Controls
. Security of System Files
. Security in Development and Support Processes
. Technical Vulnerability Management
. Summary
. References
INFORMATION SECURITY INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
. Reporting Information Security Events and Weaknesses
. Management of Information Security Incidents and Improvements
. Summary
. References
BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT
. Information Security Aspects of Business Continuity Management
. Summary
. References
COMPLIANCE
. Compliance with Legal Requirements
. Compliance with Security Policies and Standards, and Technical Compliance
. Information Systems Audit Considerations
. Summary
. References
APPENDIX A: ISO STANDARDS CITED IN ISO/IEC 17799:2005
APPENDIX B: GENERAL REFERENCES
INDEX

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