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Security Risks - Penetration Examples

Security Risks - Penetration Examples



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Convergent SecurityRisks in PhysicalSecurity Systems andIT Infrastructures
This report was commissioned by The Alliance for Enterprise Security Risk Management
), a coalition formed in February 2005 by three leading international securityorganizations: ASIS International (ASIS), Information Systems Security Association(ISSA) and ISACA. AESRM was created to address the integration of traditional and information security functions and to encourage board- and senior executive-level attentionto critical security-related issues and the need for a comprehensive approach to protectthe enterprise.AESRM’s founding organizations’members—who represent more than 90,000 globalsecurity professionals with broad security backgrounds and skills—recognize that suchintegration, or convergence, of security roles impacts not just the security function of agiven business, but the business as a whole. Similarly, the members realize that, ascompaniesassets become increasingly information-based and intangible, there is a greater need to integrate traditional and information security.As individual organizations and as members of AESRM issuing reports such as this, ASIS,ISACA and ISSA lead the way in the ongoing security convergence trend.
2Convergent Security Risks in Physical Security Systems and IT Infrastructures
The Alliance for Enterprise Security Risk Management
) is a partnership of three leading international security organizations, formed to address issuessurrounding the convergence of traditional and logical security.
About ASIS
ASIS International (
) is the preeminent organizationfor security professionals, with more than 34,000 members worldwide.Founded in 1955, ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and  productivity of security professionals by developing educational programs and materials thataddress broad security interests, such as the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits, as well asspecific security topics. ASIS also advocates the role and value of the security management profession to business, the media, government entities and the public. By providing member and the security community with access to a full range of programs and services, and by publishingthe industry’s number one magazine— 
Security Management 
 —ASIS leads the way for advanced and improved security performance.
With more than 50,000 members in more than 140 countries, ISACA(
) is a recognized worldwide leader in IT governance,control, security and assurance. Founded in 1969, ISACA sponsorsinternational conferences, publishes the
 Information Systems Control Journal 
, developsinternational information systems auditing and control standards, and administers the globallyrespected Certified Information Systems Auditor™ (CISA
) designation, earned by more than48,000 professionals since inception, and the Certified Information Security Manager 
)designation, a groundbreaking credential earned by more than 6,000 professionals since the program’s inception.
About ISSA
The Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), with more than13,000 individual members and 106 chapters around the world, is thelargest international, not-for-profit association for information security professionals. It provides educational forums, information resources and peer interactionopportunities to enhance the knowledge, skill and professional growth of its members. ISSAmembers are consistently recognized as experts on critical issues in the area of informationsecurity, and the association is viewed as an important resource for small businesses, globalenterprises and government organizations alike. Working closely with other industryorganizations such as (ISC)
, ASIS and ISACA, and leading worldwide initiatives like theGAISP and the recommended CISO education curriculum, ISSA is focused on providingleadership and maintaining its role as The Global Voice of Information Security.

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