Today, information systems drive key aspects of any organization. With increasing dependence on information systems, threats also increase on IT systems. Organizations need strong security measures to protect their IT assets from a host of security threats.
Standards have evolved in Information security management. The main objective of information security review is to provide feedback, assurances, and suggestions to the organization regarding its information on security posture and can be grouped under the following three groups:
Confidentiality: Will critical information on systems only be disclosed to the authorized personnel?
Availability: Will critical business systems be available at all times when they are required to be? How well are these systems protected against all types of threats, e.g., disasters and losses?
Integrity: Will information on critical systems always be accurate, reliable and timely? What controls are in place to prevent unauthorized modification to the software, information, or databases?
We understand the predicaments and fully appreciate the point of view of the entities and based upon which, we assist in providing assessment that is practical and understanding from a business point of view rather than providing only a technical review. Our PDCA approach provides a strong framework in handling ISMS needs.
Plan – Establishing ISMS policy, objectives, processes and procedures relevant to managing risk and improving information security to deliver results in accordance with an organizations overall policies and objectives.
Do – Implement and operate the ISMS policy, controls, processes and procedures.
Check – Monitor and review the ISMS, assess and where applicable, measure process performance against ISMS policy objectives and practical experience and report the results to management for review.
Act – Maintain and improve the ISMS, take corrective and preventive actions based on the results of the internal ISMS audit and management review to achieve continual improvement of the ISMS.