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Delft, Netherlands, 2006/03/05 - HintTech Security is in search of consulting partners in the information security sector to apply the GrIB method to end users. During CeBIT 2006 (Hall 4, stand A58), GrIB experts will be explaining the GrIB method and the opportunities.
Integrated Information Security
Many organisations are unable to implement information security measures successfully. Usually resistance from within the organisation is the reason why an information security project fails. With GrIB organisations are able to set up, evaluate and manage information security in a systematic and structured way, with optimal involvement by employees and management.
GrIB, which was nominated in 2003 for the Joop Bautz Security Award of the Society for Information Security Professionals, is fully equipped to support standards arising from the Information Security Code, NEN 7510 or measures defined by customers themselves. GrIB also complies with the Tabaksblatt and SOX corporate governance regulations.
GrIB partners help customers to set up, introduce and apply the GrIB Services products and services. The GrIB consultants and project manager carry out risk analyses and assist organisations with implementation processes, awareness programmes, audits and continuity planning.
HintTech specialises in supplying contract specialist staff in the field of .NET, Java, Project Management and information security. HintTech Security specialises in information security and stands out through its use of experienced Security specialists who advise customers on how to make optimum use of information security. By reusing knowledge and by using reusable components, HintTech is able to continually build on its expertise. With a staff of top quality specialists, HintTech believes that it is a specialised supplier of ICT Security services.
Ted Blonk, managing director of HintTech Security, explains: ‘The GrIB method is based on the philosophy that the only way to successfully implement and guarantee security measures is to change employees' behaviour. In other words, information security must be understandable, digestible, controllable, measurable and maintainable.’ Blonk continues: ‘GrIB provides you with tools to assist you from different fields and theories (information security, communication, organisational change and learning). These tools are incorporated into the supporting software in a logical and understandable way.’