When Security Goes Wrong and what can be done about it - using ISO27001

Monday 22 March 2010

BCS London Office, First Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA

6pm (for 6:30pm) to 9pm

Rick Jones - BT


Rick is responsible for BT's ISO27001 information security accreditation strategy - he owns the delivery of the strategy and provides guidance and support to BT's security certifications that currently cover more than 90 key sites and services world-wide.

His presentation will cover topics such as:
When Bad Things Happen
 - Questions for Organisations
 - Security Frameworks
 - ISO27001 Background, Overview, Implementation, External Assessment & Implementation within BT.
 - Q&A Session

Rick chairs several security forums with the responsibility to implement a number of contractual security elements for some of BT's biggest commercial and government clients. This work involves working with teams that manage many of the organisation's key operations in Australia, Brazil, China, the UK and the US.

Rick developed the ISO27001 Roadmap used by BT to implement Information Security Management Systems - winner of the Secure Computing Magazine Award in 2007.

Rick has been involved in more than 30 certificates, and continues to provide consultancy both inside and outside BT to organisations who are working towards the standard. He is a lead auditor for ISO27001 and BS25999.

This event is free of charge to members of the Institute. Non-members are also welcome to attend the event free of charge, in order to find out more about the Institute and the Business Change Specialist Group. Membership of the Institute is a requirement for continued involvement and event attendance.

ISO27001 What you need to know - Rick Jones (PDF)