ISMS-Alternativen zum BSI Grundschutztool

Das Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI) hat mit dem IT Grundschutz eine Methode für ein effektives Management der Informationssicherheit entwickelt. Sie lässt sich flexibel an die Gegebenheiten einer Organisation anpassen. Ebenso lassen sich Gefährdungen und Risiken ermitteln und Maßnahmen für den betroffenen Geltungsbereich (IT-Verbund) ableiten.

Yes we are Open – Cybersecurity and the Future of Retail

Authors: Alexander Schellong, Jens Michael Marohn, Wolfgang Kiener According to a recent survey conducted by Forrester, an independent research firm, 97% of respondents prioritize digital innovation and Cybersecurity in 2015. In a way this comes at no surprise to the readership of this blog as the spike of cyber incidents at major retailers in 2014 and 2015 showed that they are open for customers and cybercriminals at the same time. Stationary and online retailers are a sweet spot for the latter as billions of customer transactions…

Cybersecurity vs. Data Protection

When it comes to protection of data, the terms Cybersecurity and data protection – are used synonymously. Both strive to protect data from being misused, lost, changed, exfiltrated or published without proper authorization and control mechanisms. However, there is one major difference.

Cybersecurity: Big Opportunities for Big Data

What has Big Data been up to? Big Data has been a major topic in the IT realm for years. The terms Big Data and Big Data analytics are generally used to describe the potential for new insights into our environment by making sense of the rapidly increasing amount of information produced by the growing number of connected devices. But what is the bigger picture in the potential of Big Data in cybersecurity?

Drivers at Risk? Securing the Connected Car

The next revolution in the automotive sector is digital with the prospect of autonomous driving in the distant future. Two worlds converge. One of short product lifecycles and rapid innovation, and one of longer planning periods on modest innovation. Today’s cars may have up to 100 electronic control units (ECU) with multilayered runtime environments, multi-source software, multi-core CPU’s and million lines of software code, connected by controller area network (CAN) that steer everything from engine electronics to entertainment systems.

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