SECURITY

Unfortunately, the topics of IT security and now Cyber Security are still very much a misunderstood “black art” with a mostly technical focus.

When asked “do you think you are secure?” most CEOs and CFOs have no idea, and pin their faith in “security experts” who usually work in a mysterious silo, use language no-one understands and often avoid any oversight.

The truth is that while it is important to maintain a safe technology environment, most security issues are to do with people and process more than technology

Even ‘high-tech” technology “attacks” play on vulnerabilities caused by sloppy behaviour or financial temptations. Security can only be achieved if we educate and manage people to take care within a culture that stresses the risks we face and the disciplines we need to apply.

We focus on the 80% of security improvement that everyone else fails to tackle:

  • Helping executive management treat information / cyber security from a business perspective
  • Guiding the adoption of good management practices
  • Educating everyone who isn’t a “security expert” to appreciate the risks and dos and don’ts
  • Making sure security managers are directed and overseen to deliver business value
Workshops
  • Governance of Information Security
  • Implementing the NIST® Cybersecurity Framework using COBIT®5
  • Cybersecurity Baseline Workshop
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MEA Community Event, hosted by ITWinners

The digital era is demonstrating how game-changing developments can positively impact businesses and public services.

Organisations of all types have never been so keen to capture the opportunities that new technologies can provide.

But are we ready to help business succeed?