It’s fairly obvious that selling guns to foreign powers carries heavy ethical concerns, and can land the seller in a lot of trouble if not conducted in accordance with the law. But what about cyber security products? Could the sale of web filters and monitoring software lead to a breach … |More
On Tuesday 14th October, Commissum exhibited at what was the largest conference for C-level professionals from the entire legal sector – ‘London Law Expo 2014′. The event was completely sold out, and was attended by over 3000 visitors.
The Commissum stand was visited by a wide range of conference … |More
Following the 10 Steps to Cyber Security guide that was launched by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) in 2012, the UK Government, together with BIS and industry bodies, has taken the initiative to review cyber security standards to produce a new framework that is appropriate to all … |More
The leading information security practice Commissum is continuing its incentive of sponsoring the prize for the best student on The Open University course module M886 – “Information Security Management.”
The prize is awarded annually for the overall best student in assessments throughout the length of the course.
The postgraduate “Information … |More
Two of the Commissum team attended the Cyber Security 2014 “The Threats and The Opportunities” on 6th February 2014; Senior Consultant Jay George, and Sales Manager Mark Pittman. The event was held at Gogarburn Conference Centre at RBS World Headquarters in Edinburgh.
The event was well attended; the main … |More
Jay George has recently joined Commissum as a senior consultant bringing a wealth of knowledge in security, particularly around managed services and incident management.
Jay’s experience in managed services covers the full range of implementation and management activities, from initial scoping of requirements, selection and deployment of technical countermeasures, and … |More
Commissum attended as one of the sponsors of this event at the London Marriot Hotel Grosvenor Square on 29th January, sponsoring.
Commissum has a long track record of working with the legal sector. The purpose of attending the event was to engage with the wider sector in a forum … |More