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Source: Blessen Cherian - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security Information plays a very important role as it is the backbone of each IT Industry. A Company's sensitive information in wrong hands is a real threat towards the survival of the company. So the information should be managed considering all aspect of threats. So the standard BS7799 was introduced for the very same reason to manage the Sensitive data in a professional way.

BS7799 is more of a culture than standard which helps the company build the security awareness in all its employees and manage the information asset in a more secure and professional way.

BS7799 is a Standard which is mainly intended for Managing Information assets Security. There is a counterpart to BS7799 Standard that is ISO17799. The latest revision was in 2002 .

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