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Delivering Hub & Spoke GRC in Distr...

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Delivering Hub & Spoke GRC in Distributed & Autonomous Business

Internationally renowned GRC analyst Michael Rasmussen has performed a deep dive on our Hub and Spoke architecture and i...
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Jan 1, 2023

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Using Zero Trust Architecture to Ba...

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Using Zero Trust Architecture to Balance Cyber Security Risks

While the concept of "Zero Trust" is not new among enterprises, however, the modern workplace has changed radically in r...
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Jan 3, 2023

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Virtual

How Can a vCISO Help Protect Your N...

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How Can a vCISO Help Protect Your Network?

With the threat landscape growing by the hour, the role of CISO has never been more important. Yet high demand and massi...
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Jan 5, 2023

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Learn about the purpose and scope of the standard, the key requirements for an ISMS, how to implement and maintain an ISMS, how to establish an effective security risk management program, how to develop and implement security policies, how to implement controls to protect information and services and how to audit and review systems to ensure they meet the requirements of the standard.

This guide is an essential resource for anyone looking to understand and implement ISO 27001.

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GRC Buying Guide

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