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Information security

Information security is concerned with protecting the information assets of an organisation. It aims to ensure the confidentiality, availability and integrity of information and good information security underpins the effectiveness and value of IT systems.

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The IT faculty provides materials to help organisations understand the risks to information from new technologies and the measures they can take to manage these risks.

Essentially safe

Rob Watson and Ian Glover explain the process and benefits of certifying with Cyber Essentials – the government’s cyber-security initiative.

The business of identity

Is the way we prove our identity to government about to take a positive leap forward? Toby Stevens examines the GOV.UK Verify identity assurance programme and asks what it means for your business.

Secure options

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CISSP, CASP, ISO 27001 – but which is the right qualification for your IT experts? Alan Calder leads us through the minefield of cyber security qualifications.

Simply the best

ISO 27001 provides a best-practice approach to mitigating cyber security threats faced by firms, as the vast majority of respondents to a new IT Governance survey agree. Alan Calder explains.

Essential protection

When the government’s Cyber Essentials scheme launched last year, businesses with government contracts rushed to get accreditation. Emma Philpott explains how it can benefit any UK company.

Shields of steel

The enforced security of encryption can lead to expensive and difficult consequences. Leo Waldock looks at the solutions for dealing with uncrackable drives.

The best defence

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Card fraud has the potential to affect any business, from a humble retail unit to a busy accountancy practice. Omer Tariq outlines how adhering to payment card industry standards can help win the fight.

The password problem

Security experts have been telling us for years that protecting data using passwords is insecure.

Shaping a secure future

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The European Commission (EC) published a proposal the Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive in early 2013.

Transparency quest

To maintain client confidence, companies sometimes keep the lid on security breaches. Leo Waldock says they should be penalised for such a cavalier attitude to our personal details.

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