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Making the Move to ISO 27001: 2013

Instructor: Mike Popham
Product ID: 703959
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This training program will discuss what to present to management to exploit – as an opportunity - transitioning to ISO 27001: 2013. It will also detail how to prepare, the assistance available, and what tools exist to inform a justification based on efficiency, awareness and market gains. Getting top management buy-in, which may require hiring a consultant and getting people trained can be barriers to success in sustaining a standards-informed approach to business, no less than for a mandatory management system update that will require funding and, therefore, justification.

Why Should You Attend:

  • Are you feeling the pressure of sustaining your company’s reputation by failing re-certification to ISO 27001: 2013?
  • Could you be blamed for downgrading the company’s standing internally?
  • Have you shown sufficient innovation to retain your role?
  • Is management concerned about the overhead consumed by maintaining the standard, not to mention, recertification?

Without a good reputation, customers leave, sales drop, and revenues shrink. If fellow employees start to view internal processes as not up to the mark, their impression of the health of the company can falter.

Enhanced reputation, proficiency and efficiency are the hallmarks of a successful transition. Your approach to managing these attributes must ensure that, within your scope, the interested parties follow the right information security precautions to reduce risking compromise. They must also reveal and address incidents that may cause potentially unfavorable news reports and media attention, which are of course to be avoided to minimize any operational disruption.

A successful transition will impress not only your management and staff, but also your most important customers, consumers, and suppliers. So part of the justification for transition has to be corporate reputation because it affects company standing externally and internally. Reputation must be the driver for a whole new strategy for managing what follows transition.

These tactics are what this webinar is all about.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Key changes between ISO 27001: 2005 and ISO 27001: 2013
  • Building the project plan
  • Adapt old and re-use, or construct new
  • Steps to take
  • Mandatory documents
  • Additional recommended documents
  • Communications
  • Aids and tools
  • Components of the justification for management

Who Will Benefit:

  • Process owners
  • Risk officers
  • Compliance managers

Instructor Profile:

Dr. Michael Popham, MBA CPEng. FRSA, is a highly experienced business professional and company director in the consultancy and security sectors, with several technological advances in his portfolio including a patent and 4 innovation awards. He has an MBA from Kingston University, a Ph.D from Nixon University in information governance, and a Fellowship from the Royal Society for the encouragement of arts, manufactures and commerce.

After completing his UK Royal Air Force service as a senior officer, Dr. Popham began his commercial career in consulting. Roles early on included quality, business development, divisional leadership, corporate recovery, military marketing, international support, governance, real-time risk and compliance.

Vocationally, and in parallel with his business career, Dr. Popham served in UK local government as an elected representative at Cabinet level firstly in Woking. He was then elected to Bristol City Council and, whilst in Cabinet there, spoke for the Public on Efficiency, Value for Money, and Transformation. With a budget of some US$1.5bn he gained extensive experience developing city services towards the smart city models.

In 2007, he recognized that cyber security would continue to expand as a substantial challenge, particularly with the emergence of cloud computing. He formed the iGRC Consortium; this consisted of HP Enterprise Services (then EDS), Assuria, Nexoir, Information Governance Limited, Loughborough University, Birkbeck College, and Cranfield Defence and Security. The program was a UK government-backed enterprise level real time risk management innovation.

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