The exponential pace of technology has meant that businesses cannot afford to fall behind the competition when it comes to addressing the increasing sophistication of security threats. And when you combine this with faster network speeds, data being shared and migrated to clouds, and employees bringing their devices to work, these all present a host of new security challenges. It is therefore vital that businesses understand the current state of their security posture, or overall security plan, to reduce the risk of cyber- attack.
Suitable for organisations of all sizes and within all business and public sectors, an information security, or InfoSec review from Inspired will provide senior management with an informed view of the current organisational risk and exposure relating to their IT infrastructure.
Our approach to IT business consultancy is to use ISO and other standards as a benchmark to measure organisational risk and security posture. We can provide gap analysis and recommendations to align with best practice and ISO guidelines including ISO27001 (the specification for information security management) and the Government’s Cyber Essentials initiative.
The output from the review is to provide a report which is used to discuss the current InfoSec position and to provide indicative, qualitative scores in required formats (such as traffic light or heat maps) showing those areas that are the highest risks and need most focus.
Organisations will then have a clearer picture of the biggest threats and weakest points so they can prioritise and focus on those areas of information security that need attention and which are the highest risk to your business.
This comprehensive review is conducted using a senior information security consultant backed by a team of industry experts to assure the quality and accuracy of the review.
Keeping your business safe and secure is always going to be a top priority but with an InfoSec review, you will be able to maintain a robust cyber security stance, and allow your IT resources to stay focussed on their core tasks and priorities.