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The Cyber Security Handbook - Prepare For, Respond to and Recover from Cyber Attacks
Prepare for, respond to and recover from cyber attacks with the IT Governance Cyber Resilience Framework (CRF)546Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.In the world as we know it, you can be attacked both physically and virtually. For today's organisations, which rely so heavily on technology - particularly the Internet - to do business, the latter is the far more threatening of the two. The cyber threat landscape is complex and constantly changing. For every vulnerability fixed, another pops up, ripe for exploitation.
This book is a comprehensive cyber security implementation manual which gives practical guidance on the individual activities identified in the IT Governance Cyber Resilience Framework (CRF) that can help organisations become cyber resilient and combat the cyber threat landscape.
Suitable for senior directors (CEO, CISO, CIO), compliance managers, privacy managers, IT managers, security analysts and others, the book is divided into six parts:
Part 1: Introduction. The world of cyber security and the approach taken in this book.
Part 2: Threats and vulnerabilities. A discussion of a range of threats organisations face, organised by threat category, to help you understand what you are defending yourself against before you start thinking about your actual defences.
Part 3: The CRF processes. Detailed discussions of each of the 24 CRF processes, explaining a wide range of security areas by process category and offering guidance on how to implement each.
Part 4: Eight steps to implementing cyber security. Our eight-step approach to implementing the cyber security processes you need and maintaining them.
Part 5: Reference frameworks. An explanation of how standards and frameworks work, along with their benefits. It also presents ten framework options, introducing you to some of the best-known standards and giving you an idea of the range available.
Part 6: Conclusion and appendices. The appendices include a glossary of all the acronyms and abbreviations used in this book.
Whether you are just starting out on the road to cyber security or looking to enhance and improve your existing cyber resilience programme, it should be clear that cyber security is no longer optional in today's information age; it is an essential component of business success.
Make sure you understand the threats and vulnerabilities your organisation faces and how the Cyber Resilience Framework can help you tackle them. Start your journey to cyber security now - buy this book today!
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Alan Calder is a leading author on IT governance and information security issues. He is the CEO of GRC International Group plc, the AIM-listed company that owns IT Governance Ltd.
Alan is an acknowledged international cyber security guru. He has been involved in the development of a wide range of information security management training courses that have been accredited by the International Board for IT Governance Qualifications (IBITGQ).
He is a frequent media commentator on information security and IT governance issues, and has contributed articles and expert comment to a wide range of trade, national and online news outlets.
Part 1: Introduction
Chapter 1: The threat landscape
Chapter 2: Information and cyber security
Chapter 3: Cyber resilience
Chapter 4: Regulatory and contractual requirements
Chapter 5: Implementing cyber security
Part 2: Threats and vulnerabilities
Chapter 6: The anatomy of threats
Chapter 7: Technical threats
Chapter 8: Human threats
Chapter 9: Physical threats
Chapter 10: Third-party threats
Part 3: The CRF processes
Chapter 11: An overview of the CRF processes
Chapter 12: Manage and protect
Chapter 13: Identify and detect
Chapter 14: Respond and recover
Chapter 15: Govern and assure
Chapter 16: Maturity levels
Part 4: Eight steps to implementing cyber security
Chapter 17: Introducing the IT Governance eight-step approach
Chapter 18: Step 1 - Start the project
Chapter 19: Step 2 - Determine requirements and objectives
Chapter 20: Step 3 - Determine the scope
Chapter 21: Step 4 - Define current and ideal target states
Chapter 22: Step 5 - Establish a continual improvement model
Chapter 23: Step 6 - Conduct a risk assessment
Chapter 24: Step 7 - Select and implement controls
Chapter 25: Step 8 - Measure and review performance
Part 5: Reference frameworks
Chapter 26: Why you should consider reference frameworks
Chapter 27: Core
Chapter 28: Baseline
Chapter 29: Extended
Chapter 30: Embedded
Part 6: Conclusion and appendices
Chapter 31: Conclusion
Appendix 1: IT and information asset checklist
Appendix 2: Template outline project plan
Appendix 3: Glossary of acronyms and abbreviations
GRC International Group resources