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BSI Networking Event: Information Governance

Information Governance

Fact: Responsible data management is critical for business 

BSI Networking Event: Information Governance

Date: 3 July 2012 (9:00am - 1:00pm) BSI Office, Chiswick, London

How secure is your company data? Would your digital data stand up in court? And are you exposed to risks through cloud computing?

These are key questions for business today. Information is the life blood of any organization. It could be financial data, customer records or computer software code. Find out whether your organization has the right systems in place to protect its information assets properly by attending our half-day event dedicated to information governance.

Places are limited so book your place now

This BSI event has been designed to give you insight into current information governance issues and to provide guidance, no matter what stage you’re at, to make sure that your company data and reputation are secure. Take a look at some of the topics we’ll be covering:

Making the case for information security management: Features and benefits

Fact: Adopting the standard and gaining certification to ISO 27001, Information Security Management, reduces risk, and improves sales and business performance.

Discover how a systems approach to managing your information security systems can help you reduce breaches and increase your competitive edge, while controlling and reducing security costs.

Case Study: Achieving ISO 27001 certification

Fact: Certifying your Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) against ISO/IEC 27001 can bring many benefits to your organization.

Find out how Capgemini Ltd have used ISO 27001 to ensure the selection of adequate and proportionate security controls, protect information assets and give confidence to interested parties including their customers.

A standards approach to tackling customer data protection at T-Mobile

Fact: The consequences of data breaches for companies can be significant, including market share loss, increased shareholder scrutiny, consumer mistrust, reputational damage and brand decline.

Discover how T-Mobile used standards to put in place tighter controls which enabled the organization to quickly demonstrate to the shareholders how it protected personal information, following a customer data breach.

Cloud computing: Risk and security issues

Fact: Going into the Cloud? Implementing the standard ISO 27001 Information Security Management provides you with a globally-recognised framework for managing the security risks you face today and tomorrow. BSI ICT and Electronics expert David Fatscher shares his insight on what cloud computing is, what the risks are, and key questions you need to ask about cloud information security.

This is just a handful of the areas we’ll be covering. Plus it’s a great opportunity to network with fellow professionals and talk directly with  BSI information security experts.

Places are limited so book your place now 

Programme 

3 July 2012, 9.00am – 1.00pm - Chiswick

9.00am Welcome and refreshments

9.30am Introduction and overview from Maureen Sumner Smith, Global Marketing Director, BSI

9.45am Making the case for information security management: Features and benefits: Suzanne Fribbins, Product Marketing Manager - Risk, BSI

10.10am Case Study: Achieving ISO 27001 certification: Bill Millar, Head of Security EMEA, Capgemini Ltd

10.40am Risk management: Business Continuity and Collaborative relationships

11.00am Morning tea and networking

11.15am A standards approach to tackling customer data protection at T-Mobile: Martin Hoskins, Former Head of Data Protection, T-Mobile

12.00 noon Cloud computing - Risk and security issues: David Fatscher, Sector Content Manager, BSI

12.45pm Final Q&A: BSI Team

1.00pm Lunch and close

Standards and Books

BS ISO/IEC 27001:2005/BS 7799-2:2005 Information technology. Security techniques. Information security management systems. Requirements

BIP 0071:2005 Guidelines on Requirements and Preparations for ISMS Certification based on ISO/IEC 27001

BIP 0072:2005 Are you ready for an ISMS audit based on ISO/IEC 27001

BIP 0073:2005 Guide to the implementation and auditing of ISMS controls based on ISO/IEC 27001

BIP 0074:2006 Measuring the effectiveness of your ISMS implementations based on ISO/IEC 27001

BIP 0076 Information Security Risk Management. Handbook for ISO/IEC 27001

BIP 0026:2008 The complete ISMS Documentation Toolkit CD-ROM and book. A Manager's Guide to Data Security and ISO 27001/ISO 27002

BIP 0117 Cloud Computing. A Practical Introduction to the Legal Issues

BIP 0116 Managing Security in Outsourced and Offshored Environments. How to Safeguard Intellectual Assets in a Virtual Business World

Training

Boost your competitive advantage with ISO/IEC 27001 compliance. Achieve a globally recognized information security qualification and be confident that your company data is protected. Learn how to measure and reduce information security risks, understand how to implement a robust Information Security Management System (ISMS) and deliver greater business success and customer confidence.

View all training courses for ISO27001.

Assessment

Certification can deliver greater advantages beyond the reduction of risk. Independent verification demonstrates that your organizational risks have been properly identified, assessed and managed. It also allows you to formalize procedures and documentation, effectively reduce costs and gain competitive advantage.

Find out more about what certification can deliver for your organization.

Learn more about Information Security by attending

Date: 3 July 2012, BSI Office, Chiswick, London (9:00am -1:00pm)

This event is FREE for all attendees, but numbers are limited. To book your place, please complete our simple online registration form. Please be aware that this online registration does not automatically guarantee you a place at this event. If the launch is fully subscribed, you will be placed on a waiting list and notified in the week prior to the event whether there is a place available for you. If you have not been contacted within five (5) working days, then please email BSevents@bsigroup.com.

Please note: We will never supply your information to third parties for marketing purposes. BSI handles all personal information in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the EU Communications Directive 2002. We will only send you relevant information about our products and services that may be of interest to you via email.

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