Cybersecurity Management & Cyber Risk Management
CyberSecOp CyberSecurity Management, and Cyber Security Risk Program protect your business security, and the safety for your business data, we design a comperhensive cybersecurity management framework (CMF) assumes cybersecurity management as a business function, our Cybersecurity management and Intelligence provide your IT teams with appropriate information to achieve and surpass IT Risk Management goals.
As digital business evolves to include ecosystems and the open digital world, cybersecurity needs to evolve from a back-office “IT” problem to an enterprisewide business consideration, this is where we can help, by developing a Security Program or a Cyber Security Management Program. Policy is what can provide a beacon in this storm of cyber risk and help an organization put in place multi-level, in-depth defenses. Sound policy is a core element of the cyber security management system. Without it, extensive implementations of routers, firewalls and intrusion detection systems are misguided. Indeed, policy steers the application of technology within this system.
Cyber Security Management System: A Conceptual Mapping
In an environment of global connection and cyber terrorism, the protection of information assets is vital to every private business, public organization and individual household. This paper looks at the cyber security management process as a complex system of interrelated elements and demonstrates the use of concept mapping techniques to expand our knowledge of the system as a whole, and of policy and technology in particular.
The cyber security management process is a known “system” of interrelated elements that act in concert with one another to achieve the over-arching goal of the system itself -- to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information. Figure 1 shows a conceptual map that organizes and represents knowledge of many of these system elements. While not all of the elements of the map will be discussed in this paper, primary attention is given to policy and technology. Driven by policy, the cyber security management process applies technology and requires effective planning in order to achieve the goal.
The truth is if these same IT and cybersecurity groups adopted a common framework and designed their cybersecurity management programs based on said framework, cybersecurity management would truly become just a standard business function in their enterprises. Unfortunately, the cybersecurity world does not agree on a standard cybersecurity framework across all countries, industries, and states. Analysis of the commonalities and differences between these standard frameworks show that it is possible to create a universal cybersecurity management framework to address all countries, industries, and states. Such a framework is not firmly associated with any particular cybersecurity standard and can be adapted during implementation to address any specific security standard that organizations using it wishes to follow. This paper introduces a cybersecurity management framework where it is apparent that a successful approach is not too technical, addresses both internal and external concerns, and is not overly complex to implement, operationalize, and manage over the long term.
BENEFITS of Cyber Security Management
An effective cyber security management policy considers where vulnerabilities exist for an organization’s resources before formalizing processes and procedures. This is especially true for exposures to the outside, i.e. Internet, community. Once weaknesses are identified, the policy will specify both commercial and internally developed solutions to prevent the introduction of malicious code on the company’s perimeter defense systems, servers and desktops, how deployment is to unfold, and who is responsible for deployment.
In addition to IT security consulting, and managed security services, our offerings include best-of-breed solutions for securing cloud computing, designing and implementing effective enterprise security architecture, mitigating advanced threats, securing the Internet of Things, managing identity and delivering security intelligence.
Our enterprise security consulting and managed security services supporting organizations in all vertical markets and protecting their sensitive data.
OWASP Top-Ten Program, ISO 27000 Program, and NIST Program serve as a governing foundation for everything we do along with usage of enterprise security tools giving your business the CyberSecOp advantage: While executing, we differ from all other security organizations through the strict adherence to The 9 Core Principles.