Talk:Information security management

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Article sourcing and other issues[edit]

After careful evaluation I considered to edit the Wikipedia article on Information Security Management. The issues with this article that it does not contain references or sources to be cited. The information in the article is not reliable and very bland in nature. I plan top add five more resources that are related to this article that non-Wikipedia. My plan is to incorporate those sources to make the article more relabel and trustworthy in nature. I would like to add to the article material that gives a general broad term of what information security management really means. Second I would like how information security managment is used in different industries. Third, I would like to for this article to indicate what the main purpose of information security managment involves. At this moment I have not edited the article yet to get feed back on it but still in the process of putting it together.If you feel like you can add or have some suggestion to Information Security Management.

Sounds a good idea User:Garciajy97. Are there any good projects for this topic? You seem to be the first to talk on this page. Graeme Bartlett (talk) 09:16, 2 November 2011 (UTC)
this article is only sourced from ISACA and seems to be from their point of view. It should be much larger, you could probably write 20 pages on this topic. Graeme Bartlett (talk) 11:29, 16 November 2011 (UTC)