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  • CS Risk Management - CS InfoSec Blog
    laws applying directly to all without the requirement of a local law These rules would also apply if personal data is handled abroad by companies active in the EU who offer their services to EU residents Increased responsibility accountability for those processing or storing personal data There will be an obligation to notify the authorities of data breaches as soon as possible within 24 hours where feasible The data subjects must then be informed without undue delay unless the data protection authority is satisfied that the data was protected from unauthorised access Increased penalties Companies found breaching EU data protection law whether intentionally or through negligence could face fines of up to a maximum of 2 of their global annual turnover Removal of the notification requirement The current requirement to register as a data controller also known as notification will be replaced with an obligation to maintain documentation of processing operations and to conduct data protection impact risk assessments Cloud Service stipulations Businesses engaging with cloud service providers must ensure these providers fulfill data protection requirements If the cloud service provider wants to retain the services of any third parties the service provider must seek permission from its clients first Data Subject rights People will have easier access to their own data and will be able to transfer personal data from one service provider to another more easily They will also have a right to be forgotten allowing them to demand deletion of their data if there are no legitimate grounds for retaining it Where data has been made public all reasonable steps should be taken to inform third parties of the deletion and erase links to the data Explicit consent instead of assumed permission In cases where consent is required permission must be explicitly requested rather than assumed Where

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  • CS Risk Management - CS InfoSec Blog
    to complete the self assessment questionnaire and submit it on your behalf for certification To make the service as easy as possible for our customers we have recently launched our on line Cyber Essentials shop and on line assessment portal the entire Basic Cyber Essentials process can now be done on line and without fuss in line with your chosen approach Simple Self Assessment Our self assessment process is straightforward Buy the assessment service on line here complete the questionnaire on line and if successful gain certification Our Cyber Essentials Self Assessment Process Supported Self Assessments If you are less confident that you can complete the questionnaire yourself or do not have the time or resource available to do the work we offer a simple solution to help you obtain certification quickly and with less effort Buy the supported assessment service on line here we complete and submit the questionnaire on your behalf with your input and if successful gain certification Our Cyber Essentials Supported Assessment Process Free guidance and questionnaire We have made a free information pack available to help our customers with their self assessment Register and download the guidance pack here If you have any questions or would just like to have a chat about Cyber Essentials please feel free to contact us on 0203 728 6555 or e mail us cyberessentials csrisk co uk Speak soon This entry was posted in Cyber Essentials and tagged cyber essentials Cyber Essentials guidance on 8 June 2015 by Maritz Cloete Post navigation PA DSS Compliance Rules Revised to Ditch SSL Crypto PA DSS PCI DSS NIST releases new ICS security guidance Search for Recent Posts Microsoft Releases February 2016 Security Bulletin Adobe Releases Security Updates Oracle Releases Security Updates for Java Comodo Chromodo Browsers Vulnerable to Cross Domain Attacks

    Original URL path: http://www.csriskmanagement.co.uk/blog/?p=232 (2016-02-14)
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  • CS Risk Management - CS InfoSec Blog
    CS Risk Management have recently obtained the accreditation to provide the full suite of Cyber Essentials certification body services Over and above Cyber Essentials Plus certification this also now includes verification of Basic Cyber Essentials self assessment submissions and issuing of Basic Cyber Essentials certificates to those customers who meet the requirements set out in the scheme Continue reading This entry was posted in Cyber Essentials and tagged cyber essentials Cyber Essentials guidance on 8 June 2015 by Maritz Cloete Search for Recent Posts Microsoft Releases February 2016 Security Bulletin Adobe Releases Security Updates Oracle Releases Security Updates for Java Comodo Chromodo Browsers Vulnerable to Cross Domain Attacks FTC Announces Enhancements to IdentityTheft gov Topics APT Management Support Data Protection DPA cyber essentials plus ISO27001 2013 PCI DSS Information Security Cyber Security Data Loss Prevention Social Media ISO IEC27001 2013 Cyber Security Defence ISMS cyber essentials EU Data Regulation ISO27000 Security Controls Advanced Persistent Threats ISO27001 RSS feed If you want to stay up to date with our blog subscribe to our RSS feed Archives February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 December

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    can be found on the DCPP web site Call us now on 0203 728 6555 or e mail us on info csrisk co uk to find out how we can help you with Cyber Essentials About the DCPP The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership DCPP is a joint MOD Industry initiative established in 2012 and tasked with improving the protection of the defence supply chain from the cyber threat Alongside MOD the DCPP is formed of 13 defence primes 2 trade associations ADS and techUK representing small and medium sized enterprises and the Department for Business Innovation and Skills BIS Communications Electronics Security Group CESG and the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure CPNI This entry was posted in Cyber Essentials and tagged cyber essentials on 27 March 2015 by Maritz Cloete Post navigation Cisco Releases Semiannual IOS Software Security Advisory Bundled Publication Mozilla Releases Security Updates for Firefox Firefox ESR and Thunderbird Search for Recent Posts Microsoft Releases February 2016 Security Bulletin Adobe Releases Security Updates Oracle Releases Security Updates for Java Comodo Chromodo Browsers Vulnerable to Cross Domain Attacks FTC Announces Enhancements to IdentityTheft gov Topics ISO IEC27001 2013 DPA Data Loss Prevention Management Support cyber essentials plus

    Original URL path: http://www.csriskmanagement.co.uk/blog/?p=149 (2016-02-14)
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  • CS Risk Management - CS InfoSec Blog
    IT systems Second is secure configuration controls which ensure that internet facing systems are configured to provide only the services required for fulfilling their role Third is user access controls which minimise the opportunity for hackers to gain network access using an insecure privileged inactive or default account Fourth is malware protection which reduces an attacker s chances of deploying viruses on the company network through e mail or web phishing and fifth is patch management which ensures that the correct software patches are applied to any vulnerable systems in the minimum amount of time While by no means a silver bullet against all cyber attacks an organisation that follows the scheme can gain some comfort that it could be resilient against common opportunistic attackers Coping with the unpredictable Following a scheme such as Cyber Essentials allows a company time to focus on coping with the unpredictable side of cyber security including targeted cyber attacks The key is to be prepared for what you can t predict So what are some tips Identify the company information or systems that could have value to a cyber criminal and might therefore be targeted in an attack This could include personal information intellectual property or payment systems Use this information to further bolster security measures in these areas Maintain employees security awareness to keep them sharp and on the alert for potential security breaches Attackers often target employees directly as a means of gaining access to IT systems Draw up and practice a plan to deal with cyber attacks when they occur Knowing exactly what to do in the event of an attack puts you back in control of the situation and in a strong position to reduce the impact of the attack on the business Lastly consider cyber insurance to provide support

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  • CS Risk Management - CS InfoSec Blog
    cannot Cyber security risks are perceived to be unpredictable a perception fed by media coverage of the latest major cyber attacks affecting large companies However if these attacks are examined more closely more often than not the root cause of a successful attack was that cyber defences did not cover all vulnerabilities in the affected company s IT systems Many cyber attackers opportunistically exploit commonly known vulnerabilities in weak IT systems That means some incidents could have been predicted and avoided had the organisations in question taken steps to identify and address them Continue reading This entry was posted in Cyber Essentials and tagged cyber essentials New Statesman on 11 February 2015 by Maritz Cloete Search for Recent Posts Microsoft Releases February 2016 Security Bulletin Adobe Releases Security Updates Oracle Releases Security Updates for Java Comodo Chromodo Browsers Vulnerable to Cross Domain Attacks FTC Announces Enhancements to IdentityTheft gov Topics ISO IEC27001 2013 DPA Advanced Persistent Threats ISO27000 Security Controls PCI DSS Management Support cyber essentials ISMS EU Data Regulation Cyber Security Defence Cyber Security Data Protection Social Media Data Loss Prevention ISO27001 2013 Information Security APT cyber essentials plus ISO27001 RSS feed If you want to stay up to

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    sites social media presence Once you have an understanding why your organisation may be be attacked and the likely targets of the attacks you can start thinking about the financial impact should an attack be successful The cost of IT disruption and recovery How much will it costs IT to upgrade or replace defenseless servers or implement new defenses en masse after a successful cyber attack The impact on your share price or market valuation The share price of a financial services provider was hit when news broke that it had sustained a cyber attack The breach affected several million of the company s private and business clients and stripped several billion from its market capitalization This sort of impact can put the generally low IT expense of added protection in proper context when discussing the potential ramifications with the senior management The impact on your ability to operate effectively and competitively Where does all the data sit that holds the findings of years of research into your new products and that supports your IP Theft or corruption of this information could destroy future revenue streams for your business as well as your competitive advantage The impact on customers on your brand or reputation Imagine a company suffers from a cyber attack and thousands of credit card details and other customer data are stolen The actual direct losses to the company are far less significant than the damage to its reputation and customer loyalty The cost of restoring trust among customers would be significant Using these tips will help you make the case for improving your organisation s cyber defences as it will allow you to tap into the main concerns of senior management by putting cyber security in a context the board will understand This entry was posted in

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    lost projects and revenue A security programme will limit the exposure to data breaches of this nature A common objection is that having a security programme does not drive sales However a thorough sustained security programme will attract new customers who need secure business practices providing a competitive advantage Finance Company sensitive information or funds being stolen would directly impact the companys ability to operate as usual A business that is unable to pay employees and suppliers will founder quickly Cost can be an issue to management but compare the value of a security programme against the cost of loss of financial data or funds and there is a clear victor No one wants to see their business fail especially when preventative measures are available Operations For day to day operations intellectual property including templates and company policies need to be protected The challenge is to balance data confidentiality with accessibility for business processes Customer data is also an issue as this will ordinarily be stored either as hard copy and or electronically If this data was lost or stolen the impact on both customers and the business could be devastating with loss of customer confidence possible legal action investigations and fines Information is a valuable corporate asset and must be treated as such While management might question the benefits of complying with information security standards the expense for non compliance could be far greater The savings in terms of audit findings and evidence of good practice are significant The potential damage to reputation that data loss could cause is extensive Should the media become involved any negative headlines will inevitably affect the publics perception of the company For example negative comments on social media can instantly impact a brand without full details being understood This alone can be extremely

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