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Managing Cybersecurity Risk

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'Managing Cybersecurity Risk is a comprehensive and engrossing guide for organizations of any size’ --Infosecurity Magazine

Everything you need to know to protect from and react to a cyber attack

Cybersecurity risk is an increasingly key topic to all those engaged in business and commerce. Widely reported and increasing incidents of cyber invasion have contributed to the growing realisation that this is an area all businesses should understand, be prepared for and know how to react when attacks occur.

While larger corporates now pay close attention to defending themselves against cybersecurity infringement, small to medium businesses remain largely unaware of the scale and range of threats to their organisations.

The aim of Managing Cybersecurity Risk is to provide a better understanding of the extent and scale of the potential damage that breaches of cybersecurity could cause their businesses and to guide senior management in the selection of the appropriate IT strategies, tools, training and staffing necessary for prevention, protection and response.

Foreword by Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones, Chair of the Advisory Panel on Cyber Security and contributors include Don Randall, former Head of Security and CISO, the Bank of England, Ray Romero, Senior Assistant Director, Division of Information Technology at the Federal Reserve Board and Chris Gibson, Director of CERT-UK.
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  • DmitriyPaphas quoted5 years ago
    Developing the industrial and technological resources for cybersecurity; and

    • Establishing a coherent international cyber space policy for the European Union and promote core EU values.

    This shapes much of its policy, as it drives to ensure that its core values apply in the digital world as they do in the physical world.

    The European Commission launched a Directive on Network and Information Security in 2013.29 For further information on this and the EU regulatory position in light of the Brexit negotiations, please see chapter 4.
  • DmitriyPaphas quoted5 years ago
    The European Union’s Cyber Security Strategy28 has outlined the following priorities for its Member States:

    • Achieving cyber resilience;

    • Drastically reducing cyber crime;

    • Developing cyber defence policy and capabilities related to the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP);
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