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Tuesday, 18 June 2013 08:05
Do you know whta your cloud or outsourcing provider does with your data? To get a better picture, we are announcing a new portfolio of consulting services.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 09:45
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Thursday, 13 September 2012 18:09

The IT Governance Network is an accredited COBIT 5 training provider licensed to run ISACA's official "COBIT 5 FOUNDATION, IMPLEMENTATION and ASSESSOR Courses and Exams". Events are scheduled in Zurich, London, Amsterdam and Orlando. Visit the Seminar Schedule to obtain specific details and access the online registration forms.

The IT Governance Network provides a range of COBIT 5 and IT Governance training. Course material combines the various popular sources of best practice and many years' of practical experience from consulting to both large and small clients. Our trainers have considerable practical experience and are willing to share the knowledge that has been acquired over many years.

Next course dates for Zurich: Foundation on Jan 13, Implementation on Jan 13-14, Assessor on Jan 15-16.

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 October 2013 10:28
IEEE: Common Misconceptions in Infosec PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 22 June 2012 07:23
The IEEE Computer Magazine has published a short version of our article about common misconceptions in Infosec: Link
Last Updated on Friday, 22 June 2012 07:25
Information Security and Big Data PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 June 2012 20:31

Although I don't like the term "Big Data", the task of analyzing and deduct valuable data from security logs and other sources is a challenge every organization faces. Due to the fact that everybody tries to do protection and implement more and more tools, real time reaction is key to successful security. Want to know more? Ask for our white paper on "Intelligence in Information Security" and read our article on the 10 biggest Misconceptions in Information Security.

Banking in the Cloud PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 10 June 2012 09:20

For banks and insurance companies, having the right information is a key asset for the provision of their services. Nevertheless, the importance of the production factor "information" is still underestimated. Represented by data, information forms the basis for most management decisions and has an immediate effect on the cost structure of the company. And although having the right information is a key asset, it is also increasingly important to generate additional insights out of the available data.

One major challenge for all information driven organizations are the so called “information silos”. Data is stored in silos, which prevents from making cross- application or platform use of the data. Cloud computing will increase the trend of organizations loosing control over their own data, if not governed appropriately.

From the beginning of the EDP (Electronic Data Processing) age until today, data management was the domain of the IT specialists. With cloud computing and new developments such as “BYOD[1]” and specifically social media, everybody has become a mature user and creator of information.

[1] Bring Your Own Device


This paper informs about our "IM Framework for Banks and Financial Institutions (FI)". It contains a description and the key features about the model and how it connects bussiness strategy and Information Management.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 10 June 2012 09:27
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