Something is clearly wrong. Whenever your business fixes an information security-related issue, it is never long before another one arises. This frustrating cycle continues until you’re forced to admit that ordinary troubleshooting isn’t getting to the heart of the problem.
Start by contacting us, our information security services – encompassing governance, people, process and technology – are designed to identify any and all underlying problems in your organization.
Once we’ve discovered the root cause, we develop plans and assist you with the remediation and adoption itself, always ensuring our solutions make sense for you from a business point of view. We walk away when it is working – never before.
Improved information security maturity
Reduction in information security-related risks
Improved compliance and reduction of audit findings
Practical and sustainable
Adoption of best practices and standards, customized to your business’s unique situation
Fast-track governance and management-related problems
Assessment against best practices and standards
Development of governance guides – policies, standards and processes
Development of Information Security Management System (ISMS)
Development of Information Security operating models, programs and plans
Implementation and remediation experience
Consultant certifications: Multiple CISSPs, CEH, CISA, CISM
We follow international best practices [USA’s NIST framework and ISO standards] and generally accepted industry principles and processes to deliver our consulting solutions to secure your valuable information and information systems.
Our consultancy process is designed to identify, measure, manage and control the risks to system and data availability, integrity, and confidentiality, and ensure accountability for system actions. Our consultants are available to support your organization throughout the process. The process includes five areas that serve as the framework for our “Total Solution”
- Information Security Risk Assessment —A process we use to identify threats, vulnerabilities, attacks, probabilities of occurrence, and outcomes.
- Information Security Strategy —A plan to mitigate risk that integrates technology, policies, procedures and training. The plan should be reviewed and approved by the board of directors.
- Security Controls Implementation —The acquisition and operation of technology, the specific assignment of duties and responsibilities to managers and staff, the deployment of risk-appropriate controls, and assurance that management and staff understand their responsibilities and have the knowledge, skills, and motivation necessary to fulfill their duties.
- Security Testing —The use of various methodologies to gain assurance that risks are appropriately assessed and mitigated. These testing methodologies should verify that significant controls are effective and performing as intended.
- Monitoring and Updating —The process of continuously gathering and analyzing information regarding new threats and vulnerabilities, actual attacks on the institution or others combined with the effectiveness of the existing security controls. This information is used to update the risk assessment, strategy, and controls. Monitoring and updating makes the process continuous instead of a one-time event.
Security risk variables include threats, vulnerabilities, attack techniques, the expected frequency of attacks, financial institution operations and technology, and the financial institution’s defensive posture. All of these variables change constantly. Therefore, an institution’s management of the risks requires an ongoing process.
eSafe IT helps organizations to continuously monitor and evaluate their security policies, strategies and tools. Using the above process, we help organizations to
- Draft and develop various types of security policies. eg… Internet policy, email policy, security policy, computer usage policy, network policy
- Draft and develop procedures and guidelines to protect your information and information systems.
- Help the authority tasked with developing standards to formulate information security standards for a specific country or region.