Tag: risk management

Tag: risk management

Calculating Risk – Where’s your Confidence?!
05/03/2020 CISO Blog, DPO Blog, Operational Resilience Blog, Security Advisory Blog EditoratLarge

When helping organisations navigate risk management Fox Red Risk is often faced with the task of determining methods for calculating risk. We prefer to use tried and tested methodologies but what we often find is that organisations, very rarely, are calculating risk properly. A key thing missing from the majority of implementation we see is

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Security Audit – Are you a ‘Quiddler’?
26/11/2019 CISO Blog, DPO Blog, Security Advisory Blog EditoratLarge

Are you a Quiddler? No, this is not some fanboi reference to Harry Potter (I’ll be honest I haven’t read one of the series, I’m a proper muggle!). Quiddling, however, is a very real problem in the world of Security Audit. If you want to know more, keep on reading. You could be one of

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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.

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Climate Change Solved: GDPR mitigates climate change risk!
01/10/2019 CISO Blog, DPO Blog, Security Advisory Blog EditoratLarge

Whether you believe climate change is a real thing or not there is no arguing 16-year-old Greta Thunberg is making headlines. Her efforts to raise awareness about this key issue of our time are pretty impressive. Whilst some people don’t think climate change is real, as a person who believes in evidence-based decision-making, I am going to pin my colours

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Security ROI: The only Board-level cybersecurity metric you’ll ever need.
04/09/2019 CISO Blog EditoratLarge

if the CISO isn’t providing their Board with a security ROI figure, then it’s quite probable the organisation is spending too much on the wrong things.

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CISO role: All C and no IA, the 33% CISOs failing their organisations!
23/08/2019 CISO Blog, Operational Resilience Blog EditoratLarge

In the last (maybe…) of my three-part CISO rant series (See Part One and Part Two if you want to catch up) I am going to wrap up with a rant about the 33% CISOs not giving their organisations of a full CISO role. These are the CISOs who think their role is solely about

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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.

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