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Information Security Management System

Effective cyber security requires an ISMS built on three pillars: PEOPLE, PROCESS and TECHNOLOGY.

It’s a common misconception that cyber security is all about technology (hardware and software). Technology is obviously a massive part of cyber security, but alone it is not enough to protect you from modern cyber threats.

You may have the technology in place but if you don’t have proper processes and haven’t trained your staff on how to use this technology then you create vulnerabilities.

Cyber security consists of technologies, processes and measures that are designed to protect individuals and organisations from cyber crimes. Effective cyber security reduces the risk of a cyber attack through the deliberate exploitation of systems, networks and technologies. Cyber security is a sub-section of information security.

The Key Benefits of Implementing an ISMS

ISO 27001 – The standard that advocates the three pillars of cyber security

 

 Creating an ISO 27001 ISMS will ensure every aspect of cyber security is addressed within your organization. ISO 27001 is rapidly gaining momentum as the world’s leading cyber security standard, offering robust defenses to those who implement it, as well as helping them win new business through their commitment to security.

Secures your information in all its forms

An ISMS helps protect all forms of information, including digital, paper-based,

intellectual property, company secrets, data on devices and in the Cloud, hard copies and personal information.
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Increases resilience to cyber attacks

Implementing and maintaining an ISMS will significantly increase your organisation’s

resilience to cyber attacks
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Provides a centrally managed framework

An ISMS provides a framework for keeping your organisation’s information safe an

d managing it all in one place.
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Offers organisation-wide protection

It protects your entire organisation from technology-based risks and other, more

common threats, such as poorly informed staff or ineffective procedures.
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Protects confidentiality, availability and integrity of data

An ISMS offers a set of policies, procedures, technical and physical controls to

protect the confidentiality, availability and integrity of information.
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Helps respond to evolving security threats

Constantly adapting to changes both in the environment and inside the organisation,

an ISMS reduces the threat of continually evolving risks.
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Reduces costs associated with information security

Thanks to the risk assessment and analysis approach of an ISMS, organisations ca

n reduce costs spent on indiscriminately adding layers of defensive technology that might not work.
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Improves company culture

The Standard’s holistic approach covers the whole organisation, not just IT,

and encompasses people, processes and technology. This enables employees to readily understand risks and embrace security controls as part of their everyday working practices.
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  1. Classification of Data: Identify the information which should be protected.
  2. Security Audit / Vulnerability Assessment: Finds flaws in the system and measure the vulnerability associated with each flaw
  3. Security Plan: We create Policy, procedures and guidelines according to regulatory and standards
  4. Implementation: Installation and configuration of security devices and applications according to security plan and policy
  5. Post Installation Audit: Find if anything is missing
  6. Corrective tasks: Fix the missing points, found in the post installation audit and go for the Certification.

What We Offer

We Provide Six-step Information Security Roadmap