Tag Archives: Security

Leveraging Technology

We are presented with a wide array of excellent tools that can assist us in defending our systems, measuring compliance, and testing for vulnerabilities. There is no doubt that without the effective use of these tools, it would be unrealistic to expect that we can defend our systems and data from the many threats and […]

Systems Authorisation

A tremendous amount of money and time is spent every year on IT systems. This money goes towards new tools, new software, equipment upgrades and ‘so-called’ improvements. The problem is that a significant amount of this expense does not provide nearly enough value for the organization. In addition, we are seeing that the focus on […]

A culture of security

At a recent conference I heard a great comment from an Information Security professional from Chennai, India. He stated that ‘culture is defined as the beliefs we accept without question.’ That is an excellent perspective and the goal we must keep in mind regarding Information Security. Our goal is to accomplish this in all our […]

Network Perimeter Security as a BCP Strategy

Network Perimeter Security as a proactive and preventive BCP Strategy Perimeter security includes the establishment of a controlled perimeter surrounding networks. All incoming traffic will be filtered, blocked, analysed using a secure architecture structure and as well as network devices such as routers, firewalls, IDS and IPS systems, and switches. The objective is to ensure […]