Security policies and plans to quantify and mitigate your company’s risks
Security policies and plans can not only save your company the embarrassment and financial losses associated with data breaches, but also from spending unnecessarily on security measures. We can help update or create all of the following security policies and plans for your business:
Cyber Security Risk Assessment:
Before developing any security policy or plan, the Cyber Security Risk Assessment assesses the value of your company’s data, the risks to that data, the potential costs of those risks, and how much should be spent to mitigate the risks. Read more …
Acceptable Use Policy:
A critical component of any security plan and the basis of our customized Security Awareness Training programs, AUPs define acceptable and unacceptable use of network resources and develop a culture of security in your organization by showing the real-world consequences of violating the policy to your company, employees, customers and vendors.
Based on the Risk Assessment, the Security Plan defines how assets are physically protected, including physical access to the facility itself and network devices, and the disposal of obsolete devices and media, and access rights for departments and individuals.
Backup and Disaster Recovery Plan:
The last line of defense for any type of data loss, a Backup and Disaster Recovery Plan encompasses recovery from all forms of disasters, from an accidentally deleted file to full recovery from a catastrophic natural or man-made disaster such as Ransomware, fires, hurricanes, tornadoes and floods.