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ISO 27001:2022 Update
The New ISO 27001:2022 Standard has been released October 25th 2022. There have been a number of changes to the ISO 27001 standard which takes into account more remote working environment post COVID-19. The Main Changes to the standard are related to Annex A. To find out more information about the new standard please contact us.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre receives a report of a cyber-attack approximately every eight minutes, with the rate and severity of reports increasing every year.
Unsurprisingly, an increasing number of business leaders feel their cybersecurity risks are rising, and are struggling to protect sensitive information from hackers. This in turn disrupts business continuity and also causes Financial Losses
When you break it down, 95% of cybersecurity breaches are caused by human error of some sort. While you can never 100% guarantee that your organisation won’t fall victim to a cyberattack, by having a robust system in place for the management of information, these risks can be significantly reduced.