ICC Cyber security guide for business
This practical guide offers businesses a simple process for raising awareness for online security. It is designed to be a conversation starter between information technology specialists and company management in order to guide enterprises of all sizes and sectors on their way to address cyber security challenges and to engage the companies in their supply chains to also tackle these issues.
ICC's Commission on the Digital Economy recognizes that modern information and communications technologies are enabling business of all sizes to innovate, reach new markets and drive efficiencies that benefit customers and society. Yet, increasingly, business practices and policies are stressed while adapting to the direct and indirect impacts of pervasive communication environments and network information flows that are required in the delivery of goods and services. Many enterprises adopt modern information and communications technologies without fully realizing that new types of risks must be managed.
This Guide addresses this gap and outlines how enterprises of all sizes can identify and manage cyber security risks. Starting with five principles that help enterprises of all sizes to identify cyber security risks and drawing on various sources and best practices to pin point six key actions that companies should be sure to take, the guide discusses how to apply principles into policies to facilitate the development of an enterprise's cyber security risk management activities.
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Below you will find an evolving digital appendix of resources that serves as a living database and provides localized advice from standards of practice to technical standards. Universal references and frameworks are catalogued under 'Global resources', and then by country to ensure that the guide serves both, as a globally relevant tool, and a locally adaptable one.