Re: [dssa] question: is there a service available that does what the NEISAS project (and ISO 27010) describes?
- To: "<salgeier@xxxxxxxxxxx>" <salgeier@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [dssa] question: is there a service available that does what the NEISAS project (and ISO 27010) describes?
- From: "Mike O'Connor" <mike@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2012 18:46:29 -0500
ooOooooo. getting in touch with those folks would be completely nifty.
On Apr 20, 2012, at 10:17 AM, <salgeier@xxxxxxxxxxx> <salgeier@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sorry to have missed the call yesterday. I know the developers of NEISAS
> pretty well. It is a cool tool and was well regarded by the organizations
> that piloted it. If you'd like, I can do an introduction to them for you.
> They might have leads on similar programs or initiatives. We might even be
> able to see if there's a way for us to use their capability.
> Thank you,
> Scott C. Algeier
> Executive Director, IT-ISAC
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> Subject: [dssa] question: is there a service available that does what the
> NEISAS project (and ISO 27010) describes?
> hi all,
> i'm chewing away on the "repository" question that Julie Hammer raised on
> the call yesterday. i found a reference to the NEISAS project in the notes
> and went out to their site to see what it's about. here's a link
> there's a movie on that page that describes how the system works (they built
> a prototype as a part of their project). it's very interesting!
> unfortunately, the project wrapped up earlier this year with the publication
> of an ISO standard (ISO 27010) which "provides controls and guidance
> specifically relating to initiating, implementing, maintaining, and
> improving information security in inter-organizational and inter-sector
> communications." that's quite a mouthful that makes much more sense once
> you've watched the movie.
> so here's the question of the day. is there a service like this up and
> running somewhere? i know, that's a weird question, but it too make more
> sense too if you've watched the movie -- maybe i'm over-promoting it, but i
> think exploring the concept they worked on would be really useful in our
> "confidential information" context.
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