In a world that is demanding 24/7 availability of information and using increasingly complex types of technology, there are growing risks to information and its security. A compromise has to be struck between security of information and its availability. This book, and the ISEB 'Information Security Management Principles' qualification which it supports, provide significant first steps along the path of dealing with information security in a pragmatic and comprehensive manner.
|Publisher:||British Computer Society|
|Product dimensions:||6.75(w) x 9.62(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
The authors are at the forefront of information security and are instrumental in shaping policy and implementing best-practice. They have gained considerable experience across a wide range of public and private sector bodies including the Home Office, GCHQ, MoD, RAF, Royal Navy, British Airways, Marks & Spencer and O2.
Table of Contents
1 Information Security Principles
2 Information Risk
3 Information Security Framework
4 Information Security Controls