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BS7799 and ISO 17799
The following resources should prove to be good starting points for the standards:

Theory & information:
BS7799 & ISO 27001
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BS7799, ISO 17799, ISO 27001
User group for both:
ISO 17799, ISO 27001

 
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Encrypted, reliable instant messenger, at last!
Anonymous writes "Over a year ago, a friend of mine and I were fed up with AIM/ICQ/Y! and MSN, and we decided to make a better IM program. What we wanted was an encrypted messenger that wouldn't boot you off all the time, had lots of capabilities, like offline messages, invisibility mode, chat logging, fast file transfers, etc. We will always keep it free, and we wanted to share it with the packetdefense readers, who might actually appreciate the encryption and reliability (most people don't seem to care, but we think that you will). No gimmicks here, just a real, usable, useful tool. Say hi if you sign on, my username is Kevin! You will need to register for your username. The web site is: http://www.bitwisechat.com."
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