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Whether you are at the beginning of your information security journey, or looking to conduct robust governance, risk and compliance capability across your full enterprise environment, InfoSecAssure’s cross-industry capabilities are delivered in an all-in-one platform, tailored to your needs.
InfoSecAssure is an information security assurance service that provides businesses with professional tools that allows them to assess the maturity of their security controls and make informed risk-based decisions that will protect their business.
InfoSecAssure has developed a suite of best-in-class cyber security risk assessments that you don’t have to be a expert to use.
Our platform and Applied Experience content helps all businesses and their professional advisors to manage their unique information security risks to reduce the possibility of a significant cyber breach and provide valuable assurance outcomes for their clients.
InfoSecAssure features are simple and easy. They include: Asset Management, Risk Context Setting, Control Assessments, Risk Analysis (for premium users); and Reporting.
InfoSecAssure has been developed using Applied Experience, taking decades of cyber security knowledge from both consulting and front-line action. Leveraging market-leading innovative technology, InfoSecAssure is designed to enable any organisation and their professional services advisors to cost-effectively manage cyber security risk, achieve mandatory regulatory expectations, meet industry specific security requirements while also delivering the right type of assurance information to their stakeholders.
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Look at your risks and get agreement from your team on which ones you will take action on and which ones you will accept.
Identifying what cyber security risks your business faces, and knowing what you can do to reduce the risk of a cyber security event impacting you, should be easy for all businesses.
If you are a small business owner InfoSecAssure gives you a easy to use solution that allows you to:
For risk assessors in larger organisations, identifying what cyber security risks your business or your clients business faces, and knowing what you or they can do to reduce the risk of a cyber security event impacting you or them, should be easy. InfoSecAssure gives you a easy to use solution that allows you to:
After eight years, ISO 27002 has been updated. ISO 27001 is expected to be updated late in 2022.
Increasingly, hackers are selling medical records for profit on the black market. Having the right set of security policies and processes in place will protect your practice and your patients.
Whilst small business is facing increased cyber security challenges there is good news.
Increasingly educational institutions are being targeted by cyber criminals. What lessons are being learned?
What threats are emerging and how can you protect your business and the data that you collect and store?
An outage of technology that supports aged care services can impact their health if doctors and nurses may not be able to access patient records or provide critical health care.
The reason that your password or passphrase is probably not good enough is that it lacks something called entropy. You can think of entropy as randomness, and it’s one of the most important concepts in cryptography. It turns out humans are a species of patterns, and they are incapable of doing anything in a truly random fashion.
Read this article to understand more about how the scope of a ISO 27001 Certification Audit is defined and what types of evidence your auditor will be looking for when they conduct the audit.
Audit reports and certifications can be a useful investment in your overall security governance strategy to enable your company to: maintain adequate security controls for your company and clients; provide appropriate levels of assurance to clients that you are governing security in line with their expectations; or deliver to specific contractual certification/audit requirements in agreed contracts with clients.
Practically Perfect Patching does not exist. How do you ensure patches are deployed in a timely fashion to reduce the number of vulnerabilities in your network and software to protect your organisations from ongoing threats? One size does not fit all.
Not every one of your suppliers will have be operating in a defence grade building with anti ballistic windows! What do you measure? Read our article on the top 6 things you should consider before starting supply chain assurance.
The estimated losses from cyber attacks and data breaches in 2019 for the healthcare industry are $25 billion with the average cost of ransomware attacks on businesses being $133,000. The Health sector is increasingly being targeted by criminal organisations, individuals and state actors with attacks up 151% in the last ten years and 15% of all breaches involving Healthcare organisations.
Regulation strengthens when market forces fail to address government and societal concerns. Although cyber security has been on the agenda of senior leaders for more than a decade it continues to demand increased investment and attention. Perhaps the greatest challenge faced by organisations is understanding the risk, and understanding the controls necessary to appease regulators, and deliver the real cyber resilience organisations need to thrive in uncertain times.
The increased use of cloud-based collaboration tools across many organisations brings new security challenges. Supporting the use of collaboration tools with the right design considerations early on so your company gets the right security controls in place before it is too late.
One of your major customers wants to know how you protect their information. This is a challenge may security and risk professionals face every day. Here are our Top 7 Tips to approaching this the right way, every time!
How you ensure that your suppliers have good information security governance? How do you ensure they are meeting the requirements you are obliged to meet for your industry regulators or for your customers?
Small business are increasingly being asked by customers to prove that they manage their Information security well and are compliant with all the relevant regulations.