a group of persons having managerial, supervisory, investigatory, or advisory powers.
Example: CBSE, Medical
a group of people elected directly or indirectly who are chosen to make rules, laws, or decisions or to give advice.
Example: Legislative council which is an indirectly or directly elected or nominated members to make rules, laws. Municipal councils or UN Security Council.
a group of people entrusted by a government or other official body with authority to do something.
Example: Election commission of India which constitutional and independent body which consists of four-member who exercise their power to conduct the free and fair election in India.
a body of persons delegated to consider, investigate, take action on, or report on some matters.
Example: Sri Krishna committee which was set up to look after the issues arose and distribution of resource after bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.
A tribunal, generally, is any person or institution with authority to judge, adjudication, or determine claims or disputes—whether or not it is called a tribunal in its title. For example, an advocate who appears before a court with a single judge could describe that judge as ‘their tribunal. For National Green Tribunal a body specially constituted to solve issues on the environment and reduce its impacts. Water tribunals etc.,
The Effective CISSP: Security and Risk Management
Security and Risk Management (SRM) is the first book in my “The Effective CISSP (TEC)” series. I wrote this book as a supplement or complement but not a replacement to the well-known study guides, e.g., the Sybex Official Study Guide (OSG) or McGraw-Hill All-In-One (AIO).
This book helps in the preparation of CISSP, CISM, and other security certification exams. Moreover, it’s an excellent reference in practice. It introduces core security concepts across domains with a holistic and integrated approach: