Single-user edition. A STREAM database configured with PCI DSS v2.0 content for use with the free single-user version of Acuity's GRC software solution, STREAM Integrated Risk Manager (Version 2.0)
Presentation slides from The Co-operative Banking Group - Acuity Case Study Presentation at Infosecurity Europe 2013
In this case study presentation, Mark Henry (IT Security Assurance Manager with Co-operative Banking Group) and Richard Mayall (Partner with Acuity Risk Management), outlined the Co-operative Bank's assessment, improvement tracking and reporting requirements for an integrated security management system, and describe how such a system was designed, built and operated.
Content includes a preview and release information for STREAM V3.0 and information about Acuity's participation at Infosecurity Europe 2013, which features a joint case study presentation with The Cooperative Banking Group.
In this case study presentation, Mark Henry (Information Security Compliance and Monitoring Manager with Co-operative Banking Group) and Richard Mayall (Partner with Acuity Risk Management), will outline the Co-operative Bank's assessment, improvement tracking and reporting requirements for an integrated security management system, and describe how such a system was designed, built and operated.
Acuity will be demonstrating the stunning new Version 3.0 release of STREAM Integrated Risk Manager at Infosecurity Europe 2012. Europe's No. 1 information security event will take place on 23th - 25th April 2012 at London's Earl's Court .
Contents include: availability of web-enabled and mobile access to STREAM; hosted services; new applications in the Store; a preview of STREAM V3.0 and a case study from the UK Department for Education.
STREAM can now be deployed as a virtualised, web enabled mobile solution. Supported browsers include Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Apple Safari. A wide-range of mobile devices can now connect to STREAM, including iPhone, iPad and Android devices. A hosted Software as a Service (SaaS) solution is also now available for STREAM.
Simon Marvell presents ' The New Science of Disaster Management and what it means for Information Security' at Infosecurity Europe 2012.
Along with ‘understanding the genome’, ‘quantum computing’ and ‘global warming’, the Financial Times has identified ‘Disaster Management’ as one of science's 10 hottest fields. Simon's presentation explored the implications and opportunities for information security risk management.
Acuity will be demonstrating the new Version 2.0 release of STREAM Integrated Risk Manager at Infosecurity Europe 2012. Europe's No. 1 information security event will take place on 24th - 26th April 2012 at London's Earl's Court . Please visit us on stand E 92.
Acuity Partner, Simon Marvell, will be presenting 'The new science of Disaster Management and what it means for Information Security' in the Business Strategy Theatre at 12.00 on Wednesday 25th April.
Contents include: STREAM v2.0 software release announcement, new FREE PCI DSS application, recommended website resources and our opinion on 'The danger of over-reliance on compliance'.
Contents include: new products, announcement of FREE 30 day access to our help desk for all software downloads from our website, upcoming events, recommended website resources and our opinion on the ‘The new science of disaster management’.
Acuity Partner, Simon Marvell, and CSC Computer Sciences' Director Security Risk Management and Chief Security Officer, Alan Jenkins, presented 'Making a difference! How both CSOs & CISOs are positioning security on the corporate agenda'. To view the presentation, please select the link below.
Best practice in risk management tells us that we need to understand our risk appetite and measure risk in relation to this. But how do we measure our appetite for information security risk?
Acuity has created a presentation describing requirements, concepts and approaches to setting risk appetite, with some practical examples. Please click on the link below to download the presentation.
It had been generally accepted that the financial crisis was caused, in part, by an over-reliance on statistical computer models. Banks calculate their Value at Risk (VaR) every day using sophisticated computer modelling techniques based largely on historical data to determine, for example, that there is a less that 1% chance of losing $50 million in the next 10 days under normal market conditions. We are now experiencing the consequences of abnormal market conditions.
The Department for Education uses STREAM to support its ISO 27001 compliance programme and reporting against the Information Assurance Maturity Model (IAMM).
From March 2011, the single-user edition of STREAM Integrated Risk Manager is available as a free download together with documentation and training.
This paper describes a blueprint for Enterprise Information Security Assurance Systems (ISO 27001) but the principles are applicable to any management system solution, including Quality Management Systems (ISO 9000 series), Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14000 series), Occupational Health & Safety Systems (ISO 18000 series) and Business Continuity Management Systems (BS 25999 series).
Acuity Partner, Simon Marvell, presented 'Giving Executives the information that they really need'. To view the presentation, please select the link below.
This paper argues that the risk management industry is currently failing business managers because it is not giving them the information that they need to manage risk effectively. The vast majority of avoidable business disasters or failures occur because those executives with the power to take action to avoid or mitigate the risks aren’t aware of the true risks.