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24th April 2019 Issue no. 454
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Utilise tools and training to enhance your business, says SGS at this year's Infosecurity Europe
SGS United Kingdom Ltd (SGS), one of the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification companies, will attend this year's Infosecurity Europe event from 5-7 June to engage with visitors about business improvement tools, consultancy services and workshops designed to identify and enhance individual areas of business operations.
Experts at SGS will be on hand to speak to visitors about how they can improve their business by utilising tools, workshops and services that are the ideal fit for their specific concern. Drawing on a deep understanding of international standards, SGS can provide guidance on appropriate standards, to help facilitate improvement.
Gary Baker, Business Enhancement Manager at SGS, explains: "There are a great number of international standards applicable to the information security industry. They offer a global benchmark on how organisations should work; SGS is best placed to assist businesses in singling out the right standards for their area of improvement, and that will be our focus at Infosecurity."
SGS has also developed a unique online GDPR tool to streamline the new data protection process for businesses. The online tool, GDPROnline, enables an organisation to align current practice to the new regulations, while enabling smaller businesses to demonstrate to all stakeholders the good data management of personal data.
As well as being able to gain guidance on popular standards such as 27001 (Information Security Management) and ISO 22301 (Business Continuity Management), visitors will also be able to find out about other global benchmarks on Cloud Held Data, Information Integrity, Personal Information Protection and Risk Management and Energy Management in data centres.
Infosecurity Europe visitors will also learn about the SGS Academy - a dedicated SGS team which works with organisations to develop their workforce using training solutions, both face-to-face and online.
As well as a wide range of bespoke solutions, the Academy also offers a variety of courses on Information Security Management, GDPR Practitioners' implementation workshops, and Business Continuity Management.
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