Information Security Risk Management Program
Corporate Information Security Risk Management, That Strengthen Your Security Posture.
Corporate Information Security Risk Management Program has become so complex, with so many compliance and mandates to meet, CyberSecOp understand that your business keep generating large volumes of data, IT systems are increasingly complex, and cyber threats continues to evolve. We also understand the endless number of challenges, including limited budget and resources, we help you to tackle all of them. As an information security consulting firm for over 111 organizations, we have seen this over and over again.
Our mission is to help businesses like your build better and smarter Information Security Risk Management Program. We understand that an effective risk management program is the best defense against increasingly complex regulations, stiffer penalties, and a sharp rise in cyber threats.
Information Security Risk Management Approach
CyberSecOp takes a systematic approach to Information Security Risk Management
Determine which risks have most impact on your organization and protect the assets that matter most
Proactively mitigate risks and minimize damage from cyber attacks and data breaches
Ensure your organization can recover from security incidents faster and more easily
Justify investments in IT security to the executive team and board members
Information Security Governance, Risk and Compliance
Global Risk Management Services and Risk Management and Risk Assessment Services is the continuing process to identify, analyze, evaluate, and treat loss exposures and monitor risk control and financial resources to mitigate the adverse effects of loss.
Loss may result from the following:
financial risks such as cost of claims and liability judgments
operational risks such as labor strikes
perimeter risks including weather or political change
strategic risks including management changes or loss of reputation
Benefit of CyberSecOp security risk management framework
Cybersecurity processes at the onset of the process of building a cyber security risk management framework, it’s just as important to perform a comprehensive risk assessment to layout of all the newly added security controls and processes.
Identify — Activities in this group aim to develop an understanding of the cybersecurity risks to systems, people, assets, data and capabilities. Understanding the business context, current business needs and related risks helps organizations determine threats and prioritize their security efforts. Activities in this stage include asset management, governance and risk assessment.
Protect — Organizations implement appropriate safeguards and security controls to protect their most critical assets against cyber threats. Examples of activities here are identity management and access control, promoting awareness and training staff.
Detect — Organizations need to quickly spot events that could pose risks to data security. Usually organizations rely on continuous security monitoring and incident detection techniques.
Respond — Organizations take action against a detected cybersecurity incident. Organizations can use the following techniques to contain the impact of an incident: response planning, communications, analysis, mitigation and improvements.
Recover — Organizations develop and implement activities to restore capabilities or services that were impacted by a security incident. This group of activities aims at supporting timely recovery to normal operations to reduce the impact from incidents; it includes recovery planning, improvements (e.g., introduction of new policies or updates to existing policies) and communications.