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Friday, March 16, 2012

Introduction to Information Security Management

The security of data and information is of vital importance to any organization and it is therefore a business decision as to what information should be protected and to what level. The business’s approach to the protection and use of data should be contained in a security policy to which everyone in the organization should have access and the contents of which everyone should be aware. The system in place to enforce the security policy and ensure that the business’s IT security objectives are met is known as the Information Security Management System (ISMS). Information Security Management supports corporate governance by ensuring that information security risks are properly managed.

If you have worked in an IT company that provides IT services to a Bank or any other Financial services company, you will have seen this in real life. Offices where projects for banks or financial services companies are executed are protected with an additional layer of security with strict rules or do’s and don’ts for all employees.

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