Cyber Security Readiness in Government Through the Development of an Information Security Management System and the Classification of Data. By Brenton Borgman Presentation in Partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Masters of Forensic Computing and Cyber Assurance
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Cyber Security Readiness in Government Through the Development of an Information Security Management System and the Classification of Data
By Brenton Borgman
Presentation in Partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Masters of Forensic Computing and Cyber Assurance
University of South Australia
Observations collected from an series of Interstate and Commonwealth Government Audit Offices reports acknowledged:
General questionnaire contained 20 questions covering:
Resilience Maturity Assessment considered:
The resilience maturity assessment model focused on the following characteristics - agility, leadership, culture and values, communication, integration, interdependency and awareness.
Completion of the resilience maturity assessment model has identified certain key outrider results.
These areas of variation could be attributed to the varying degree of maturity associated with the transitioning to the ISMS across state government agencies.
While agencies are at differing stages of the projects life cycle, this could contribute to the variances of the previous table.
Resilience findings could be attributed to:
This thesis has reconfirmed a number of important elements:
Finally it would be remiss of me to not acknowledge that some of the above elements are also areas that I too need to address.