Sponsored by ComputerWeekly.com
This document discusses the different purposes of the two standards, how to reconcile the two with regard to terminology and process, and combine the best elements of both to produce a consistent, repeatable risk management process. Access >>>
Table of contents
- What Information is Necessary for Risk Analysis?
- How to use FAIR in your ISMS
- Define the Context for Information Risk Management
Premium Content for Free.
More Premium Content Accessible For Free
The state of email trust in 2014
Email security improved in 2014 but most companies still haven't done enough to protect their customers from phishing attacks, this study from Agari ...
Strategies for the age of digital disruption
Disruption can happen at any time, in any sector, and its effect on traditional organisations can be fundamental. Capgemini offers some strategic ...
Bridging the big data divide: Part two
As the big data era takes hold, it is time to sit down with the business and sort out what IT can do to provide a fully supportive data platform for ...