Tag: bcms

Tag: bcms

Coronavirus Load balancing – Understand it can’t be stopped. We’re just smoothing the peaks in demand.
14/03/2020 CISO Blog, Operational Resilience Blog, Security Advisory Blog EditoratLarge

Similar to the way your IT teams will be trying very hard to load balance the impact of all your extra remote working VPN connections, the government is trying to load balance the impact on the health service and the economy…keep calm and read on!

Read More
Cybersecurity Strategy – Organise to Operate
07/12/2019 CISO Blog, Security Advisory Blog EditoratLarge

Cybersecurity strategy is being “organised to operate”. A principle that is fundamental to developing an effective cybersecurity programme. Here’s why…

Read More
Business Continuity & 22301:2019 – Do I need to get new BC Software?
04/11/2019 CISO Blog, Security Advisory Blog, Uncategorized EditoratLarge

Here are some changes in the 2019 version of 22301 that could mean your current Business Continuity software solution may no longer be fit-for-purpose.

Read More
InfoSec CPE: If you pay for your infosec specialists’ membership fees why aren’t you reviewing their annual CPE transcripts?
28/07/2019 CISO Blog, DPO Blog, Security Advisory Blog EditoratLarge

I would strongly recommend periodically asking your staff for their current qualifications’ CPE transcripts. Not just your InfoSec or Risk specialists but all your specialists.

Read More
Risk Management: Stop – you’re too controlling!!!
22/07/2019 CISO Blog, DPO Blog, Security Advisory Blog EditoratLarge

What appears to be a well-intended improvement to reduce risk being completely unused because it was poorly envisaged, poorly implemented, with the original control measure still to be decommissioned and so that control is still being used whilst the new control is to all intents and purposes gathering dust.

Read More