October’s awareness topic is digital (cyber) forensics
Digital or cyber forensics is more painstaking and far more tedious than TV programs such as CSI
suggest, but no less important.
Digital forensics has become an inherent part of many court cases, with digital evidence supplementing
more traditional forms - fingerprints and footprints. It is relevant whether computers were the targets
or tools of crime, or were simply used routinely by criminals - just as we all do. Even criminals have social networks! The techniques are also used to investigate other kinds of incident.
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Coming up soon
We are busy researching and preparing fresh awareness and training materials on the following topics:
November: privacy - we’ll be updating the situation, particularly following the first prosecutions under GDPR.
December: social engineering
- the end of year holiday period is peak hunting season for social engineers on the prowl, including those portly,
bearded gentlemen in red suits, allegedly carrying sacks full of presents down chimneys. Yeah right!
- the ISO/IEC 27000-series standards have evolved steadily from relatively humble beginnings as a corporate security policy in
the 1990s to today’s globally-respected suite of good practices in information risk and security management.
Information risk and security is what we do
We’re passionate about this stuff, keen to inspire you and your colleagues.
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