Managing Information Risks

Author: William Saffady
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1538135507
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Written by one of the foremost records and information management leaders in the world, this book provides a clear explanation and analysis of the fundamental principles associated with information risk, which is broadly defined as a combination of threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences related to use of an organization's information assets.--Patricia C. Franks, Program Coordinator for the Master of Archives and Records Management, School of Information, San José State University, and author of Records and Information Management

Managing Risk In Information Systems

Author: Darril Gibson
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1449670768
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PART OF THE NEW JONES & BARTLETT LEARNING INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY & ASSURANCE SERIES!Managing Risk in Information Systems provides a unique, in-depth look at how to manage and reduce IT associated risks. Written by an industry expert, this book provides a comprehensive explanation of the SSCP® Risk, Response, and Recovery Domain in addition to providing a thorough overview of risk management and its implications on IT infrastructures and compliance. Using examples and exercises, this book incorporates hands-on activities to walk the reader through the fundamentals of risk management, strategies and approaches for mitigating risk, and the anatomy of how to create a plan that reduces risk.

Information Assurance

Author: Joseph Boyce
Editor: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 9780750673273
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Written by two INFOSEC experts, this book provides a systematic and practical approach for establishing, managing and operating a comprehensive Information Assurance program. It is designed to provide ISSO managers, security managers, and INFOSEC professionals with an understanding of the essential issues required to develop and apply a targeted information security posture to both public and private corporations and government run agencies. There is a growing concern among all corporations and within the security industry to come up with new approaches to measure an organization's information security risks and posture. Information Assurance explains and defines the theories and processes that will help a company protect its proprietary information including: * The need to assess the current level of risk. * The need to determine what can impact the risk. * The need to determine how risk can be reduced. The authors lay out a detailed strategy for defining information security, establishing IA goals, providing training for security awareness, and conducting airtight incident response to system compromise. Such topics as defense in depth, configuration management, IA legal issues, and the importance of establishing an IT baseline are covered in-depth from an organizational and managerial decision-making perspective. Experience-based theory provided in a logical and comprehensive manner. Management focused coverage includes establishing an IT security posture, implementing organizational awareness and training, and understanding the dynamics of new technologies. Numerous real-world examples provide a baseline for assessment and comparison.

Managing Information Security Risks

Author: Christopher J. Alberts
Editor: Addison-Wesley Professional
ISBN: 9780321118868
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Written for people who manage information security risks for their organizations, this book details a security risk evaluation approach called "OCTAVE." The book provides a framework for systematically evaluating and managing security risks, illustrates the implementation of self-directed evaluations, and shows how to tailor evaluation methods to the needs of specific organizations. A running example illustrates key concepts and techniques. Evaluation worksheets and a catalog of best practices are included. The authors are on the technical staff of the Software Engineering Institute. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Total Information Risk Management

Author: Alexander Borek
Editor: Newnes
ISBN: 0124058612
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How well does your organization manage the risks associated with information quality? Managing information risk is becoming a top priority on the organizational agenda. The increasing sophistication of IT capabilities along with the constantly changing dynamics of global competition are forcing businesses to make use of their information more effectively. Information is becoming a core resource and asset for all organizations; however, it also brings many potential risks to an organization, from strategic, operational, financial, compliance, and environmental to societal. If you continue to struggle to understand and measure how information and its quality affects your business, this book is for you. This reference is in direct response to the new challenges that all managers have to face. Our process helps your organization to understand the "pain points" regarding poor data and information quality so you can concentrate on problems that have a high impact on core business objectives. This book provides you with all the fundamental concepts, guidelines and tools to ensure core business information is identified, protected and used effectively, and written in a language that is clear and easy to understand for non-technical managers. Shows how to manage information risk using a holistic approach by examining information from all sources Offers varied perspectives of an author team that brings together academics, practitioners and researchers (both technical and managerial) to provide a comprehensive guide Provides real-life case studies with practical insight into the management of information risk and offers a basis for broader discussion among managers and practitioners

Information Security

Author: Nick Gifford
Editor: CCH Australia Limited
ISBN: 1921593296
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This book provides a balanced, multi-disciplinary perspective to what can otherwise be a highly technical subject,, reflecting the author's unusual blend of experience as a lawyer, risk manager and corporate leader.

Managing Risks For Records And Information

Author: Victoria L. Lemieux
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ISBN: 9781931786188
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Risk management is one of today's most important business competencies. Any risk to the adequacy of an organizations records and information the accessibility of records, accuracy of data, credibility of information, and completeness of records and information poses a threat to the effective completion of business transactions and fulfillment of organizational objectives or opportunities. RIM managers need to step up to the plate and become key risk management resource persons for their organizations, and Managing Risks for Records and Information was written to enable them to do so. This book has three main aims: 1) to introduce records and information professionals to key ideas on risk management 2) to introduce records and information professionals and other readers to records and information risks and encourage them to take a more holistic and coordinated approach to the management of such risks within their organizations 3) to impart a methodology for assessing records and information-related risks

Managing Information

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Security Risk Management

Author: Evan Wheeler
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 9781597496162
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Security Risk Management is the definitive guide for building or running an information security risk management program. This book teaches practical techniques that will be used on a daily basis, while also explaining the fundamentals so students understand the rationale behind these practices. It explains how to perform risk assessments for new IT projects, how to efficiently manage daily risk activities, and how to qualify the current risk level for presentation to executive level management. While other books focus entirely on risk analysis methods, this is the first comprehensive text for managing security risks. This book will help you to break free from the so-called best practices argument by articulating risk exposures in business terms. It includes case studies to provide hands-on experience using risk assessment tools to calculate the costs and benefits of any security investment. It explores each phase of the risk management lifecycle, focusing on policies and assessment processes that should be used to properly assess and mitigate risk. It also presents a roadmap for designing and implementing a security risk management program. This book will be a valuable resource for CISOs, security managers, IT managers, security consultants, IT auditors, security analysts, and students enrolled in information security/assurance college programs. Named a 2011 Best Governance and ISMS Book by InfoSec Reviews Includes case studies to provide hands-on experience using risk assessment tools to calculate the costs and benefits of any security investment Explores each phase of the risk management lifecycle, focusing on policies and assessment processes that should be used to properly assess and mitigate risk Presents a roadmap for designing and implementing a security risk management program

Major Management Challenges And Program Risks

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Managing Risk And Information Security

Author: Malcolm W. Harkins
Editor: Apress
ISBN: 1484214552
File Size: 76,74 MB
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Examine the evolving enterprise security landscape and discover how to manage and survive risk. While based primarily on the author’s experience and insights at major companies where he has served as CISO and CSPO, the book also includes many examples from other well-known companies and provides guidance for a management-level audience. Managing Risk and Information Security provides thought leadership in the increasingly important area of enterprise information risk and security. It describes the changing risk environment and why a fresh approach to information security is needed. Because almost every aspect of an enterprise is now dependent on technology not only for internal operations but increasing as a part of product or service creation, the focus of IT security must shift from locking down assets to enabling the business while managing and surviving risk. This edition discusses business risk from a broader perspective, including privacy and regulatory considerations. It describes the increasing number of threats and vulnerabilities and offers strategies for developing solutions. These include discussions of how enterprises can take advantage of new and emerging technologies—such as social media and the huge proliferation of Internet-enabled devices—while minimizing risk. What You'll Learn Review how people perceive risk and the effects it has on information security See why different perceptions of risk within an organization matters Understand and reconcile these differing risk views Gain insights into how to safely enable the use of new technologies Who This Book Is For The primary audience is CIOs and other IT leaders, CISOs and other information security leaders, IT auditors, and other leaders of corporate governance and risk functions. The secondary audience is CEOs, board members, privacy professionals, and less senior-level information security and risk professionals. "Harkins’ logical, methodical approach as a CISO to solving the most complex cybersecurity problems is reflected in the lucid style of this book. His enlightened approach to intelligence-based security infrastructure and risk mitigation is our best path forward if we are ever to realize the vast potential of the innovative digital world we are creating while reducing the threats to manageable levels. The author shines a light on that path in a comprehensive yet very readable way." —Art Coviello, Former CEO and Executive Chairman, RSA

Managing Interpartner Risks In Strategic Alliances

Author: T. K. Das
Editor: IAP
ISBN: 1641139102
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Managing Interpartner Risks in Strategic Alliances is a volume in the book series Research in Strategic Alliances that focuses on providing a robust and comprehensive forum for new scholarship in the field of strategic alliances. In particular, the books in the series cover new views of interdisciplinary theoretical frameworks and models, significant practical problems of alliance organization and management, and emerging areas of inquiry. The series also includes comprehensive empirical studies of selected segments of business, economic, industrial, government, and non-profit activities with wide prevalence of strategic alliances. Through the ongoing release of focused topical titles, this book series seeks to disseminate theoretical insights and practical management information that should enable interested professionals to gain a rigorous and comprehensive understanding of the field of strategic alliances. Managing Interpartner Risks in Strategic Alliances contains contributions by leading scholars in the field of strategic alliance research. The 9 chapters in this volume deal with significant issues relating to the management of interpartner risks in strategic alliances. These risk issues relate to dedicated alliance function and partner-specific experience, cross-border licensing, interfirm alliance structures, a hybrid interpretive scheme for engaging with dark potentialities, solidarity partnerships, prior ties in partner acquisitions, new market entrants in the venture capital industry, and private sector intelligence. The chapters contain empirical as well as conceptual treatments of the selected topics, and collectively present a wide-ranging review of the noteworthy research perspectives on managing interpartner risks in strategic alliances.

It Control Objectives For Basel Ii

Author: IT Governance Institute
Editor: ISACA
ISBN: 1893209385
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Practical Risk Management For The Cio

Author: Mark Scherling
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439856540
File Size: 38,11 MB
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The growing complexity of today's interconnected systems has not only increased the need for improved information security, but also helped to move information from the IT backroom to the executive boardroom as a strategic asset. And, just like the tip of an iceberg is all you see until you run into it, the risks to your information are mostly invi

Managing Business Risks In The Information Age

Author: A. Anderson
Editor: Universities Press
ISBN: 9788173712418
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This book provides a framework for identifying, sourcing, measuring and monitoring busines risks in general and IT-related risks more specifically. This book shows how companies must manage information technology as a business risk in order to operate effectively. The findings presented here are drawn from 150 survey responses from senior executive in North America, Europe and Asia.

Cyber Risk Management

Author: Christopher Hodson
Editor: Kogan Page
ISBN: 9780749484125
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Learn how to prioritize threats, implement a cyber security programme and effectively communicate risks

Major Management Challenges And Program Risks Department Of Housing And Urban Development

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Editor: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428942092
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Adaptive Health Management Information Systems

Author: Joseph Tan
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 1284153894
File Size: 69,59 MB
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Adaptive Health Management Information Systems, Fourth Edition is a thorough resource for a broad range of healthcare professionals-from informaticians, physicians and nurses, to pharmacists, public health and allied health professionals-who need to keep pace the digital transformation of health care. Wholly revised, updated, and expanded in scope, the fourth edition covers the latest developments in the field of health management information systems (HMIS) including big data analytics and machine learning in health care; precision medicine; digital health commercialization; supply chain management; informatics for pharmacy and public health; digital health leadership; cybersecurity; and social media analytics.

Federal Register

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Emerging Risks

Author: Ms Anne Barr
Editor: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409459381
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For boards and executives, high-quality and transparent information is critical to allow effective decision-making. Emerging risks are increasingly challenging issues, both in terms of threats and growth opportunities; not least since the science pertaining to these risks tends to be contested. Emerging Risks: A Strategic Management Guide restores the constructive dialogue between the business professional and the expert/scientist community, essential if companies are to anticipate, plan ahead and exploit leading-edge ideas. It provides insights into some of the major emerging risks of the 21st century and then guides organizations on how to approach and manage those risks proactively in the wake of new regulation, governance and enterprise-wide risk management. The topics covered include: nanotechnologies, covering the industrial revolution of the 21st Century; new information and communication technologies (NICT), discussing the infrastructure of the future; electromagnetic fields (EMF) and their debated health impact; chemical substances/REACH, a regulation with major economic and environmental stakes and an example of emerging risk management; biological risk and its on-going need for international surveillance; supply chain, a top management priority; and country risk, for which security and corporate social responsibility (CSR) are growing issues. The authors assess and propose a process for managing emerging risks and the strategies that need to be put in place, drawing on examples of best practice.