Using international standards to improve US cybersecurity

Cybersecurity expert Alan Calder recently hosted a webinar for organizations in the US that are looking to improve their cybersecurity.

In this webinar, Calder spoke about:

  • The current cyber threat – breaking down recent high-profile data breaches.
  • Current state legislation – reviewing the patchwork of state data breach notification laws.
  • Proposed federal legislation – President Obama’s proposed data breach notification law.
  • The international standard for information security, ISO 27001.

If your organization does business in the US, then I strongly advise that you take the time to watch the below recording of the webinar. Alternatively, you can view the slides used in the webinar, but you won’t get as much out of them as you would the video, nor will you hear the Q&A session.

Make the time to watch this video; it might just save your organization.

Click here to view the webinar slides

The importance of ISO 27001

If you have watched the webinar, or read the slides, then you’ll have seen how much emphasis Alan Calder put on the importance of ISO 27001.

ISO 27001 provides international best practice that all organizations can use to bolster their information security postures.

IT Governance ISO 27001 Packaged Solutions

Thanks to IT Governance’s fixed-price ISO 27001 Packaged Solutions, US organizations can take advantage of expert ISO 27001 consultancy to implement an ISO 27001-compliant ISMS for as little as $14,995, and organizations with fewer than 20 members of staff can achieve ISO 27001 registration for as little as $7,650.

With its unique combination of standards, books, toolkits, software, training, and online consultancy, IT Governance’s Get A Lot Of Help package provides US organizations with all they need to implement the Standard and ensure the security of their information.

Don’t give your information away: implement information security best practices today.

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