The Benefits of an Effective Cybersecurity Strategy
• An alignment of the cybersecurity strategy to the organizational business culture and strategy.
• The right set up of an appropriate cybersecurity Risk Culture that fits with the organizational culture.
• Enables the right balance between the business’ needs to be open and flexible, driving the right customer experience, and the need to be secured and protected enough.
• Integrate Cybersecurity risk management with enterprise risk.
• Improved communications and understanding among all internal and external stakeholders.
CyberInt offers a variety of services which allow businesses and business leaders achieve the above. These include:
Cybersecurity Executive Workshop
CyberInt has developed a methodology that enables organizations to tailor their cybersecurity suite according to their risk appetite, through a structured process of identifying the organizational risk profile and current cybersecurity program maturity level. Defining together with top management the organization, their Risk Persona, reflecting the actual risk appetite. The end goal of the workshop is identifying the required alignment in the corporate cybersecurity strategy and policy.
The workshop includes:
The 2-3 day workshop takes place onsite with our strategy consultants and includes various exercises that promote thinking and open discussions. The workshop aligns the cybersecurity perception between all the stakeholders and identifies the risk appetite regarding cybersecurity. These are then derived to specific domains such as: BYOD, endpoint security, information sharing, social media management and more.
Cyber Governance Framework
Building the framework for cybersecurity through governance, security planning and the right architecture is key to fending off cyber threats coming from the ever changing cyber landscape.
Governance is the set of responsibilities and practices exercised by the board and executive management with the goal of providing strategic direction, ensuring that objectives are achieved, ascertaining that risks are managed appropriately and verifying that the enterprise’s resources are used responsibly.
Security planning enables an enterprise governance requirements to be met, covering management processes, organizational structures, roles and responsibilities, reliable and repeatable activities, and skills and competencies.
The architecture consists of business processes, information, data, application and technology architecture layers. Designing a good architecture effectively and efficiently realizes the enterprise’s and IT’s strategies by creating key models and practices that describe the baseline and target architectures. Defining requirements for taxonomy, standards, guidelines, procedures, templates and tools, and provide a linkage for these components. Improving alignment, increase agility, improve quality of information and generate potential cost savings through initiatives such as reuse of building block components.