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From Security to Maturity - CAMM and the audit revolution

21 September 2010 

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The Common Assurance Maturity Model (CAMM) is a new business assurance barometer designed to support management in dealing with the increasing number of business risks, whilst maximizing investments in compliance. It's the third party model that will make cloud governance less nebulous. Over 40 organisations are already involved, including….IISP, ISACA, ISSA UK and ENISA. It's a global collaborative effort.

Attend this early evening seminar to find out how the new Common Assurance Maturity Model will bring conflicting security controls back under control. With CAMM you can use a single evidence of compliance for multiple standards (such as ISO/IEC 27001, PCI DSS, BS25999 etc).

We will also look at Information Assurance for SMEs (IASME) a Technology Strategy Board project, to provide affordable security certification for SMEs.

Presentations will be followed by a Round Table discussion about CAMM and IASME, their benefits and how they can be achieved. Led by Gerry O’Neill, Director at risk assessment practice, Inforisca.

The benefits of attending:

  • Hear how CAMM will revolutionise information security auditing for corporates by enabling them to cut the cost of compliance
  • Be amongst the first to find out about and benefit from this new development
  • Hear about the first pragmatic information security management certification for SMEs (IASME)
  • Share your views, ask questions and network with peers in a stimulating environment

Agenda

17.30 Registration & Drinks
18.00 Introduction
  Michael Dean, NCC
18.15 CAMM & IASME, revolutionizing security auditing
  Daniel Dresner, Head of IA Practice, NCC
A look at CAMM and ISAME, their benefits and how they will work in practice.
19.00 Refreshment break
19.15 Round Table Discussion
  Led by Gerry O’Neill, Director, Inforisca
Your opportunity to discuss models, methods and guidance.
20.00 Networking
20.30 Close

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