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    ISO 27001 in the banking industry: “One standard to rule them all”
    Why should banks go with ISO 27001? If you know the “Lord of the Rings” saga, the headline of this...
    Why should banks go with ISO 27001? If you know the “Lord of the Rings” saga, the headline of this article probably sounds familiar. “One ring to rule them all” refers to the magic ring...
    How ISO 27001 and ISO 27799 complement each other in health organizations
    More and more hospitals are interested in protecting their patient information, but they see ISO 27001 as not being specific enough....
    More and more hospitals are interested in protecting their patient information, but they see ISO 27001 as not being specific enough. Although it covers many general aspects about information security, you can integrate it with other...
    2014 Data Breaches in the United States
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    Will a piece of paper stop the attackers?
    There are many skeptics who do not believe ISO 27001 can help protect their information and/or information systems; one of...
    There are many skeptics who do not believe ISO 27001 can help protect their information and/or information systems; one of their main arguments is: “Writing a policy or a procedure surely won’t help against someone...
    How to deal with insider threats?
    “Your ISO 27001 is nice in theory, but if our system administrator goes crazy, we’re dead.” – I hear this...
    “Your ISO 27001 is nice in theory, but if our system administrator goes crazy, we’re dead.” – I hear this quite often when speaking to my clients about which security controls they should apply. And...
    Risk assessment tips for smaller companies
    Update: This blog post was updated according to the final version of ISO 27001:2013 that was published on September 25,...
    Update: This blog post was updated according to the final version of ISO 27001:2013 that was published on September 25, 2013. I have seen quite a lot of smaller companies (up to 50 employees) trying...