Cyber Security Assessment
The purpose of a cybersecurity risk assessment is to identify, assess, and prioritize risks to information and information systems. In doing so you can communicate the risks to stakeholders and make informed decisions about how to allocate resources to reduce those risks.
A strategized comprehensive cyber security assessment makes an organization proactive in facing threats. A security assessment evaluates different aspects ranging from applications, network systems, data, assets’ cyber resiliency to the organizations’ compliance with the relevant security ordinance.
The international standard ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (ISO 27001) provides the specifications of a best-practice ISMS (information security management system) – a risk-based approach to corporate information security risk management that addresses people, processes, and technology. It is important that organizations “retain documented information about the information security risk assessment process” so that they can demonstrate that they comply with these requirements.
Cyber Security Awareness Training
We offer training programs that will provide the users with knowledge about information security in order for them to actively help protect your organization against cybercrime. The training program can also be an efficient tool for your organization as material related to European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) can also be included.
The purpose of cybersecurity training is to develop essential competencies that are critical in facing possible security issues in your organization. Our training significantly improves your employees’ ability to recognize and respond to potential cyber threats.
Even with the greatest people and technology in place, the weakest link in your organization, when it comes to its IT security, are companies’ own employees. Ensure that your employees do not make costly errors with regard to information security is to cultivate company-wide cybersecurity technical and awareness training initiatives.
IT Governance, Risk and Compliance
Cyber security governance provides a strategic view of how an organization controls its security, including defining its risk appetite, building accountability frameworks, and establishing who is responsible for making decisions. Effective governance will also ensure that cyber security activities help to support the organization’s strategic goals.
Given the nature of cyber security, it impacts all aspects of a business including strategy, business development, supply chain, staff, and customer experience. Managing cyber security risk potentially requires radical change to businesses and their operations – to make themselves more securable as well as building security controls.
Therefore, implementing a set of pragmatic principles for the governance of cyber security provides structure for discussions between boards and investors in your organization, as stakeholders grow more and more aware of IT security.