With nearly 50 years experience in the private and public sectors in several countries, Ed has been active in information security through publications, international conferences, workshops and also as an auditor.
After many years as a senior Information Technology manager in the pre-privat...
This book presents a non-technical overview of the main elements of managing information security, where everyone, not just technical people, has a role to play.
Modern economies are highly dependent on information systems and networks connected to “cyberspace” a virtual world with a population of several billion and growing.
Cyberspace is inherently insecure. Achieving acceptable information security requires building awareness of what it takes to achieve it, mitigating vulnerabilities in people, processes and technologies and constant adaptation to a rapidly changing environment.
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