Trust and security in the digital world are the very foundations of a Digital Single Market. Millions of EU citizens rely on the Internet for ever more services, from e-government and healthcare to online shopping and social networks. But the digital world is vulnerable: cybersecurity incidents, from technical failures to malicious attacks, are increasing at an alarming pace.
Failure to respond to these threats will mean consumers losing confidence in the digital world, businesses losing money, e-government initiatives becoming ineffective and even national security being put at stake. Citizens have to know that the digital world is safe and secure. And because cyber-attackers do not respect national borders, an EU-wide solution is required.
Development of Information Security Program
Information Security Program Objectives
Information Security Program Development Concepts
Scope and Charter of Information Security Program Development
Information Security Management Framework
Information Security Framework Components
Information Security Program Resources
Implementing an Information Security Program
Information Infrastructure and Architecture
Information Security Program
Security Program Services and Operational Activities