Information security governance involves the setting of frameworks for the conduct, accountability and integrity of people and systems in the organisation. Security governance ensures that risks within the information domain are kept inline with business objectives and that governance principles are made systemic throughout the business.
As such there is no product or solution to “achieve” security governance. It is a continual activity that involves people, processes and systems. However technology can assist by framing mechanisms for ensuring adherence to risk objectives, largely automating the audit function, and identifying specific new risks before they impact the business.
Australian organisations often must contend with multiple, overlapping governance requirements from internal, external and regulatory or prudential auditors. The explosion of the “compliance” market has resulted in much confusion, complexity and difficulties interpreting and applying various frameworks and legislation in a practical way.
Evercom provides solutions for measuring security governance outcomes and identifying non-compliance as well as specific technical controls for difficult security governance problems.
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