Security Management & Governance
Governance and management activities, methodologies, processes, and tools aimed at the preservation of confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information as well as other properties such as authenticity, accountability, and non-repudiation.
Coordinated activities to direct and control an organization with regard to risk including modeling, assessment, analysis, and mitigations.
Identify risks and their triggers
Classify and prioritize all risks
Craft a plan that links each risk to a mitigation
Monitor for risk triggers during the project
Implement the mitigating action if any risk materializes
Communicate risk status throughout project
Classifying assets strictly according to their level of confidentiality, sensitivity, value, and criticality.
Identify Information System owners
Identify Information assets
Assess data vulnerabilities/risks
Apply data classification to Information Asset
Disposal of Information assets
Assessing and improving compliance to security international standards and corporate security requirements.
Implementing policies, procedures, and standards of conduct
Identifying compliance committee
Training and education
Monitoring and auditing
Detecting offenses and corrective action
Designing a framework to identify potential threats and the impacts to business operations they might cause. Define a set of instructions or procedures that describe how business processes will be sustained during and after a significant disruption.
Identification of the scope of the plan
Identification of key business areas
Identification of critical functions
Identification of dependencies between various business areas and functions
Determine acceptable downtime for each critical function
Create a plan to maintain operations
Disaster recovery plan
is policy & procedures
Developing a framework that outlines the organizational policies, procedures, and guidelines that will protect critical IT/OT infrastructures.
Information and data classification
IT operations and administration security requirements
Security incident response plan
SaaS and cloud policy
Identity and access management (IAM) regulations
Data security policy
We base security governance on the risk appetite of an organization, taking into account the loss of competitive advantage, compliance and liability risks, operational disruption, reputational harm and financial loss.
We work with top management to ensure that information security permeates the structure and functions of the organization at all levels.
We perform security audits to determine and monitor compliance with external requirements (laws, regulations, contracts, etc.) and internal requirements (organizational goals and objectives).
We develop and implement a series of security controls and associated procedures, with responsibility and accountability as defined in the RACI risk management model.
We support the governing body to take the lead in promoting a culture of positive information security, including the need for and promotion of security education, training and awareness-raising programmes.
Monitor and Review
We monitor and review all program elements on a regular basis to make adjustments as necessary to ensure that risks are effectively managed in a balanced manner that meets business needs.