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My first reservation would be that you have one scope for your ISMS, and a smaller scope for your risk assessment. In that case your ISMS only really covers the smaller scope. If you (the business) are OK with the smaller scope, just say that's all you'll cover in the ISMS. Is it acceptable to consider only critical assets? The problem is that you might ...


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For the beginning of this process, starting with the critical assets makes sense. To eat a dinosaur, you have to cut it up into bits. Makes it easier to cook and swallow. Eventually you'll want to have everything under the ISMS umbrella, or at least try your best to get everything. That's up to you. What systems can your business not live without? What ...


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In my department, I am involved in mobile device security, and have looked into a product that does just what you're looking for. The product that I am familiar with is FireEye Mobile Threat Prevention. https://www.fireeye.com/products/mobile-threat-protection-mobile-security-products.html I have experienced some of the capabilities of this threat ...



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