In today’s world, companies must be trusted to safeguard sensitive information. A resilient organization must manage its information – physical, digital and intellectual property – throughout its lifecycle, from source to destruction. This requires the adoption of information security-minded practices that allow stakeholders to gather, store, access and use information securely and effectively.
- Construction sites can be dangerous, how do you protect workers and the public?
- What about protecting the site from vandalism, arson and theft of valuable items?
- How about cyber threats, how do you secure devices and protect intellectual property from the clutches of the cyber-crime underworld?
- What about espionage, market manipulation and infrastructure disruption?
Mitigating these threats require businesses to think about - and act upon - essential physical and cyber security measures, not least for your own protection, but for the protection of your customers too.
For Directors and Senior Executive teams, this provides reassurance that information assets and technologies are adequately protected and could provide a competitive edge.
For Information Security Officers, a formal framework enables you to co-ordinate responses to security incidents, manage security practices and policies, and meet your compliance requirements.