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Information Security – Incident management & template incident register

Information Security is a continuous effort; staff handling information needs to be trained regularly, systems need updating to remain secure, assets and risks change, and incidents need addressing. A complete risk register gives you a good idea of what might happen, but without a plan for both anticipated and unanticipated incidents there is a good…

Joost Krapels

Information Security at Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure forms, together with Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud, The Big Three; the three largest cloud providers. Their clients store tons of data, making the web services vital to many operational processes. Securing that data is critical, which Microsoft more than agrees with. They have made a lot of information and documentation available,…

Joost Krapels

ICT Institute training overview 2019

For 2019 we have fixed the following dates: AVG/GDPR training (one day, in Dutch language) is planned on 18 January, 20 March, 11 September, 18 October and 29 November. ISO 27001 Introduction training will be on 14-15 May.  The course is in English, with a Dutch trainer present also. More information on the ISO courses…

Floris van den Broek

The Artificial Intelligence Impact Assessment

Artificial Intelligence, or AI for short, is no longer future tech. Systems that can perform certain tasks better than humans can do inheretly bring risks with them. Important decisions might be made by machines instead of a human beings, we might be tracked in ways previously impossible, and intelligent systems could replace certain human jobs….

Joost Krapels

Information Security at Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services forms, together with Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure,  The Big Three; the three largest cloud providers. Their clients store tons of data, making the web services vital to their company. To help with information security, Amazon provides many features and allows for a lot of APIs. They have thousands of pages of…

Joost Krapels