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.


Foreword - Rt Hon Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones
Contributors Notes
Introduction

Part One: CYBERSECURITY – NO LONGER AN OPTION

1.1 Introduction to Cybersecurity Risk
Ben Johnson, Sam Millar and Helen Vickers, DLA Piper UK

1.2 Insight from the International IT Security Community
Cyber IQ Summer Survey

1.3 You Don’t Know How Important Your Reputation Is, Until Its Gone
Jerome Vincent, AXELOS Global Best Practice

1.4 The Cybersecurity Threat
Steve Culp and Chris Thompson, Accenture Finance & Risk Practice for Financial Services

Part Two: INTERNATIONAL ACTION IN CYBERSECURITY

2.1 International Cooperation from the Banking Sector Onwards
Don Randall, Don Randall Associates

2.2 Cybersecurity Framework – Adoption by US Financial Services
Raymond Romero

2.3 Cybersecurity Support Services for UK Public and Private Sectors
Jonathan Reuvid, Legend Business Books

2.4 EU and UK Cybersecurity Developments
Ross McKean, DLA Piper UK

Part Three: PREPARATION FOR YOUR BUSINESS

3.1 Where Is Your Risk and How Much Will It Cost You?
Steve Snaith, RSM Risk Assurance Services

3.2 A Framework for Cybersecurity
Steve Culp and Chris Thompson, Accenture Finance & Risk Practice for Financial Services

3.3 Establishing a Security Framework: A Route Map for Resilience
Sam Millar and Helen Vickers, DLA Piper UK

3.4 Protecting Financial Data from Insiders: Better the Devil You Know?
Cyber IQ and Patrik Heuri

Part Four: PREVENTION

4.1 Turning Your People into Your Most Effective Defence: A New Approach
Nick Wilding, AXELOS Global Best Practice

4.2 Making Your Enterprise Cyber Resilient
Steve Culp, Chris Thompson and Jon Narveson, Accenture Finance & Risk Practice for Financial Services

4.3 Cyber Risk Measures for Financial Services
Dr. Peter Mitic, Banco Santander

4.4 Countermeasures to Advanced Threats
Nick Ioannou, Boolean Logical

Part Five: PROTECTION AND RESPONSE

5.1 Managing Cyber Incidents and Internal Security Breaches
Julian Cracknell, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

5.2 Everyone Thinks They Have a Plan Until They’re Punched in the Face….
Kevin Duffey, Cyber Rescue Alliance

5.3 Managing a Cyber Incident: Best Practice
Sam Millar and Helen Vickers, DLA Piper UK

5.4 Preparing for Cybersecurity Turbulence and Further Threats
Steve Culp, Chris Thompson and John Narveson, Accenture Finance & Risk Practice for Financial Services

5.5 Reviewing and Updating Contingency Plans
Richard Preece, Oakas

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Published 30 November 2016
Reads 8
EAN13 9781785079146
Language English
Document size 15 MB

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