Assessing Information Risks

The GDPR Employees’ Guide - Part IV

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The guide for managers and employees to assess better Information Risks.
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Sobre el autor

John Kyriazoglou obtained a B.A. (Honours) from the University of Toronto, Canada, also earning a Scholastic award for Academic Excellence in Computer Science. John has worked in Canada, England, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Greece, Saudi Arabia and other countries for over 49 years, as a Senior IT manage...

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  • Dedication
  • Overview
  1. Information Asset Security Risk Assessment Requirements
    1. Introduction to Risk and Information Assets
    2. Risks and GDPR
    3. Risk and Information Assets Security
    4. Information Asset Risks Management Framework
    5. Information Asset Security Risks Map
    6. Relationship between information assets, threats and vulnerabilities
    7. Information Asset Security Risk Analysis and Management Methodology
  2. Information Asset Security Risk Analysis and Management Methodology
  • Appendix: Information Assessment Tools
  • Appendix 1: Information Assets Assessment Questionnaire
  • Appendix 2: Information Assets Example
  • Appendix 3: Information Asset Register Template
  • Appendix 4: Information Asset Protection (Privacy/Security) Requirements
  • Appendix 5: Catalogue of Theats
  • Appendix 6: Organization’s exposure to threats
  • Appendix 7: Vulnerability definitions
  • Appendix 8: Catalogue of Vulnerabilities
  • Appendix 9: Impact Scale
  • Appendix 10: Impact Analysis Questionnaire
  • Appendix 11: Privacy and Security Controls Evaluation Questionnaire
  • Appendix 12: Information Asset Risk Assessment Report Template
  • Bibliography
  • Disclaimer

This book contains a description of the requirements and the methodology for assessing the security risks of information assets with a set of tools to complement this process.

About the author

John Kyriazoglou obtained a B.A. (Honours) from the University of Toronto, Canada, also earning a Scholastic award for Academic Excellence in Computer Science. John has worked in Canada, England, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Greece and other countries for over 40 years, as a Senior IT manager, Managing Director, IT auditor and consultant, in a variety of clients and projects, in both the private and the public sectors. He has published several books and articles in professional publications, has served in numerous scientific committees and is a member of several professional and cultural associations.
He is currently the Editor-in-Chief for the Internal Controls Magazine (U.S.A.) and consulting on Data Privacy and Security Issues (GDPR, e-Privacy, etc.) to a large number of private and public clients.