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Old 28th December 2010, 08:21 AM
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Please Help! Risk Assessment using the BITS Calculator

All:

Good morning/Afternoon..

Our group has decided to use the bits Calculator which is attached for our risk assessment. I have several questions to the audiance...

We have already gathered our Hardware and software assets.

1. Can we perform the BITS to Hardware and Software assets at the same time (Same Tab on the workbook)

or do we perform to each.. Hardware then Software and place the N/A (Not Applicable) to the ones that are not relevant.

2. Has anyone grouped their paper assets into one. Meaning how did you break up the groups of paper. by classification level?. (i.e Public trust, confidential, general. I am confused on how to define our paper assets as well as documents that are stored on the servers...


Many thanks to all who respond...


FYI to anyone who needs a copy of this elaborate spreadsheet.


Regards,

Vas
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Old 29th December 2010, 05:40 AM
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Re: Risk Assessment using the BITS Calculator

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All:

Good morning/Afternoon..

Our group has decided to use the bits Calculator which is attached for our risk assessment. I have several questions to the audience...

We have already gathered our Hardware and software assets.

1. Can we perform the BITS to Hardware and Software assets at the same time (Same Tab on the workbook)

or do we perform to each.. Hardware then Software and place the N/A (Not Applicable) to the ones that are not relevant.

2. Has anyone grouped their paper assets into one. Meaning how did you break up the groups of paper. by classification level?. (i.e Public trust, confidential, general. I am confused on how to define our paper assets as well as documents that are stored on the servers...

Many thanks to all who respond...

FYI to anyone who needs a copy of this elaborate spreadsheet.


Regards,

Vas
Can someone with this type of expertise help?

Thank you!

Stijloor.
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Old 3rd January 2011, 08:54 AM
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Re: Risk Assessment using the BITS Calculator

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Old 3rd January 2011, 09:01 AM
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Bump....
The Holidays are now behind us and most of our Members will return to work today. I am sure there will be (a) response(s).

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Old 19th January 2011, 09:49 AM
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Re: Risk Assessment using the BITS Calculator

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