Information Security Management

Information security

Information security means protecting information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, perusal, inspection, recording or destruction.The CIA triad (confidentiality, integrity and availability) is one of the core principles of information security


ISMS - ISO 27001:2005
ISMS - ISO 27001:2005 certification (Information Security Management System). It is the standard, which specifies requirements for implementation, establishment, operation, monitoring, research, maintenance and improvement of documented Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). It specifies requirements for establishment of a safety control, adapted according to needs of an organization. The organization declares the assurance of information security management system requirements by certification according to BS 7799-2 / ISO 27001:2005 certificationISO 27001 certification specifies the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) model for continual quality improvement. The PDCA cycle helps "the organization to know how far and how well it has progressed" and "influences the time and cost estimates to achieve compliance.

Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment

Vulnerability assessment
Vulnerability Assessment usually includes a mapping of the network and systems connected to it, an identification of the services and versions of services running and the creation of a catalogue of the vulnerable systems.

Penetration Testing
Penetration Testing first part is the vunerability Assessment The additional step in a penetration test is the exploitation of any detected vulnerabilities, to confirm their existence, and to determine the damage that might result due to the vulnerability being exploited and the resulting impact on the organisation..

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