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Compliance with ISM Protective Marking

The Information Security Manual (ISM) states that ‘All information must be classified in a manner consistent with the Australian Government security classification system’ and this applies to ‘All Departments, Statutory Bodies and Shared Service Providers’.The Australian Government now requires some of its supply chain to adhere to the standards of the ISM.  For some businesses, this requires the application of protective marking controls.

Download this classification checklist and white paper to ensure your organisation is compliant. Click here to access this white paper.


ISO 27001 How to simplify Compliance

Company directors and senior managers are responsible for the good governance of their organisations, and this increasingly means safeguarding the burgeoning volumes of sensitive information in their care. More and more organisations are embracing ISO 27001 compliance for their Information Security Management Systems (ISMS), because the Standard facilitates and mandates executive involvement.

Find out more about the ISO 27001 standard and the strategies you can use to safeguard information assets. Click here to access this white paper.


How to Secure Sensitive Data on Mobile

Smart mobile devices are now ubiquitous in the workplace and many employees are now bringing their own (BYOD) to work. Add social networking to the mix, and it’s clear that organisations face a host of new challenges when it comes to safeguarding sensitive information.  

This short white paper examines the risks presented by increased mobility in the workforce and the main options for protecting sensitive data on mobile devices. Click here to access this white paper.


How Data Classification Enables Privacy 

Around the world, new privacy and data protection laws are driving the need for significant operational and technological responses.  The challenge of protecting personal data in particular is big news: with the commencement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018. Fines for failing to comply with privacy laws will reach up to €20 million, or 4% of a company’s annual global turnover. 

Explore the new privacy and data protection legal environment and how data classfication enables compliance. Click here to access this white paper.


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