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A paper for Senior Information Risk Officers (or equivalent) and their advisors
Guidance for contractors in the civil nuclear supply chain to get a List N facility up and running. List N hints, tips and pragmatic steps from Ascentor.
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How to prepare your company for achieving List N
List N Explained
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework explained – inc. version 1.1
What’s the difference between cyber security and cyber resilience – and why does resilience matter?
What is shadow IT and how do you manage it?
Why step up your cyber security strategy?
Secure by Design?
The most popular cyber security standards explained
The Ascentor guide to a cyber safe summer holiday
How to pass Cyber Essentials PLUS first time
The OT and IT debate – is our critical infrastructure safe?
Measuring and understanding cyber security effectiveness – where do you start?
What can you do when a patch goes wrong?
A look back at cyber security in 2017
BIM, Security and the Building Lifecycle
Seven steps to designing a resilient Cyber Security Programme
Are you sure it’s just an RMADS you need?
The one-stop guide to cyber security advice (Part 2)
The one-stop guide to cyber security advice (Part 1)
How to prepare your company for achieving List X
Convince your board – cyber attack prevention is better than cure
Ransomware attacks – don’t let them happen to you
Why basic cyber security could save you a lot of wonga
How to manage Building Information Modelling (BIM) implementation – Part 2 of 2
An introduction to Building Information Modelling (BIM) – Part 1 of 2
Ascentor expands capabilities on Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2
‘Not if but when’ – 2017 UK cyber security in focus
The UK Cyber Security Strategy 2016-2021 – A New Sheriff in Town?
Cyber security in perspective – a look back at 2016
How to deliver digital transformation – without the security risk
Supply Chain Cyber Security – defeating the weakest link (Part 2)
The Future of Information Assurance Accreditation
Cutting through the confusion: GDPR and Brexit
Ransomware and Large Enterprises – a defence-in-depth strategy
Supply Chain Cyber Security – defeating the weakest link (Part 1)
Cyber Insurance – can you ever be fully covered?
Ransomware – Back up or Pay up – Top Tips for SMEs
Passwords? It’s enough to give you a headache
Reflections on CyberUK in Practice – CESG’s government security conference
Ransomware – Back up or Pay up – 6 tips for single computer backups
Cyber security training for the procurement profession – strong on theory, weak in practice?
5 ways to spring clean your cyber security
An ounce of prevention could be worth a ton of cyber attack cure
“In cyber security there is no front line” – An update to the Cyber Security Model
Cutting through the confusion: Government Information Assurance changes explained (part 3 of 3)
CLAS Consultancy is dead – long live the CCSC scheme?
Preparing for the NIS Directive – a new cyber security baseline for Europe
2016 cyber security predictions for government organisations and the supply chain
MOD Suppliers – the new Cyber Essentials requirements explained
2015 – The year of constant and relentless attack
IA15: Public trust in networks and data depends on security
The Human Face of Information Risk Re-visited
Do you need to TalkTalk about cyber security?
Cutting through the confusion: Government Information Assurance changes explained (part 2 of 3)
The cyber skills shortage gap – taming the perfect storm
The Cyber Security Model for the Defence Industries – why it matters and how to be ready
Ascentor joins the Cyber Security Supplier to Government list
VPNs – a secure way to call home?
Cutting through the confusion: Government Information Assurance changes explained (part 1 of 3)
The Demise of IS1 & 2 – Are Risk Assessments Really Worth the Effort?
Which cyber security breach could cause you the most pain this year?
IA Inside – building Information Assurance into the heart of your projects
Generation Y and information security – a cyber criminal’s dream?
Â£5000 Innovation Vouchers for SME Cyber Security
IA, IASME, CREST – the Cyber Essentials alphabet soup explained
What’s the Difference Between Cyber Security and Information Assurance (and does it matter?)
Cyber Security – is it on your ‘to-do’ list?
All I Want For Christmas is … some IRM Training & Awareness
How NOT to Protect Your Information From Cyber Criminals (Infographic)
Six Steps to Manage the BYOD Information Risk
The State of Information Security in 2013 – Survey Results Out
What’s New in Cyber Security for 2013
How to Create Strong, Memorable Passwords that are Really Difficult to Crack
Four Stages to Protecting Your Online Identity
Seminar Highlights: The Human Face of Information Risk
How to Protect Your Website or Blog From Being Hacked
De-mystifying Cyber Security Terms
Small firms are easy target for cyber crime, says hacker
Protect Your Systems from Cyber Threat with 7 Basic Security Controls
What Every Government Supplier Needs to Know About the UK Cyber Security Strategy
Top 10 Information Security Breaches