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Title: Strategic information security: facing the cyber impact
Authors: Grobler, M
Keywords: Cyber threat
Cyber trend
Information security
Warfare
Proceedings of the Workshop on ICT Uses in Warfare and the Safeguarding of Peace 2010
Issue Date: Oct-2010
Publisher: CSIR. Defence Peace Safety and Security
Citation: Grobler, M. 2010. Strategic information security: facing the cyber impact. Proceedings of the Workshop on ICT Uses in Warfare and the Safeguarding of Peace 2010 Forever Resort, Bela Bela 11 October 2010, pp 12-21
Series/Report no.: Conference Paper
Abstract: Strategic information security is becoming a more prominent aspect of modern day living. With the strong digital component that forms part of modern day business, the multiplicity of security risks and the emergence of increasingly complex threats necessitate an integrated organisational approach to information security. However, the best information security infrastructure cannot guarantee that cyber attacks and malicious intrusions will not happen. It has become necessary to face the impact of the cyber realities by knowing the facts and understanding the direction of cyber trends and threats beforehand. This is strongly supported by the proactive use of forensic readiness as part of the information security strategy.
Description: Proceedings of the Workshop on ICT Uses in Warfare and the Safeguarding of Peace 2010 Forever Resort, Bela Bela 11 October 2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4507
ISBN: 978-0-620-47586-0
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