[Micronet] MSSEI self-assessment tools?

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[Micronet] MSSEI self-assessment tools?

Tomo O'BRIEN
Hi folks,

I was wondering if anyone is using any tools (e.g. COBIT, ITIL, Qualys) to coordinate their MSSEI self-assessments?  Ideally this would also extend to DRBC assessments....


Thanks!

Tomo


 
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Re: [Micronet] MSSEI self-assessment tools?

Gabriel Gonzalez
Hi Tomo,
 This may not be directly applicable to what you are looking for but the HEISC assessment tool from Educause is a nice tool for getting a grasp on your general information security practices:


It isn't directly applicable to MSSEI in every area, but found it useful.

-Gabriel Gonzalez
BerkeleyLaw

On Monday, June 2, 2014, Tomo O'BRIEN <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi folks,

I was wondering if anyone is using any tools (e.g. COBIT, ITIL, Qualys) to coordinate their MSSEI self-assessments?  Ideally this would also extend to DRBC assessments....


Thanks!

Tomo


 
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