On the 19th to 22nd June Shaun from Roscom attended InfoSec Europe 2023. The visit was designed to see what the upcoming threats are, what services are available and also meet with existing vendors that support Roscom.
For years Roscom have been proud to be ISO certified against multiple standards such as 14001, 9001 and 27001 and one thing that is important is how we can protect our stakeholder’s information with mitigations in place against potential cyber threats.
During the visit Shaun attending workshops on how to enhance Roscom’s current understanding of cyber threat intelligence, improving current threat intelligence risk registers to allow appropriate controls to be put in place and also how the ISO 27001:2013 is being updated to the ISO 27001:2022 standard. There were also some fantastic demonstrations on how to use AI and ChatGPT safely and more importantly how important it is to have internal controls in place when using this technology.
Shaun who is the QA Manager here at Roscom found this exhibition and talks fascinating as there were so many experienced practitioners. Already the QA team here at Roscom are looking at how we can utilise some of the items discussed and demonstrated at InfoSec Europe 2023 and us this to continuously update Roscom’s already existing internal and external controls. The big takeaway from this is how information is its own form of currency and if inadequate controls are in place and open-sourced tools are used inappropriately it can lead to serious breaches of trust. Here at Roscom, we have robust controls already in place which are regular audited both internally and externally as part of our ISO 27001 certification and we have our own commitments to constantly improve our Information Security Management System to reflect how the world around is evolving at a rapid pace.
Shaun is already planning to visit InfoSec Europe 2024, so if you ever want to know what we do here at Roscom and you are going to attend next year do let us know.