This event is an introduction to the revised ISO/IEC 27002 standard and controls framework.
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This event is an introduction to the revised ISO/IEC 27002 standard and controls framework
- The revised ISO/IEC 27002 standard (set of controls).
- Changes to the guiding principles.
- New and revised controls.
- New perspectives/attributes added to each control.
- Why you should adopt the changes.
About the speaker
Vernon Poole, Head of business Consultancy, Sapphire
Vernon Poole, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC is Head of Business Consultancy, at Sapphire – a leading UK Security Services Company, addressing information governance and all best practice standards on information security management and associated areas (including ISO27000 series; ITIL; & COBIT).
He sat on ISACA’s COBIT 5 Task Force, a CISM/CRISC trainer and a frequent speaker at ISACA global conferences.. He was awarded ISACA’s John Kuyers award for the best speaker/conference contributor in 2012 and was the EuroCACS/ISRM Conference Taskforce Leader in 2013.
Vernon is a subject matter expert on a wide range of topics, from Information Security Governance to Information Risk Management. He is a highly respected expert on ISO27001 and has been involved in the current revision to ISO27002 which was published in February 2022
At Sapphire, Vernon has worked with many organisations in developing tailored Information Security Governance models to enable clients to benchmark their information security improvements.
Vernon started in consultancy with Capita and has over 30 years’ experience in information/cyber security and risk management consultancy and training. He has also worked in the public sector and with Aid to Industry (UK audit and security training group)—the latter being acquired by Deloitte which resulted in Vernon becoming the European IS leader performing assignments for blue chip companies across Europe and Middle East, with reviews also in USA & South America.
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