Implementing Cybersecurity in the Supply Chain
100% Success Rate in certifying Security Management Frameworks
Our success helping companies implement integrated management systems based on ISO 27001, ISO 27017 and NIST CSF is built on our ongoing capacity to bring the right expertise to the task and on setting up clear objectives for the integration.
Integrating Supply Chain cybersecurity into operational risk management
We provide our clients with a systematic and iterative risk management methodology integrated into the operational risk framework.
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Any organization responsible to handle critical client data can be subject to maintaining consistent compliance with various security requirements and frameworks. The most effective approach in responding to these requirements is to implement a certifiable management system applied to information security as a measurable attribute of organizational strength, sound security policies and effective technical controls. As a result, implementing and maintaining an Information Security Management System (ISMS) compliant with the ISO 27001:2022 certification requirements has become an important milestone in achieving business results in most organizations where information is a critical asset.
However, once a product or service is sold and your organization becomes part of an information supply chain where all the actors have a degree of responsibility and liability in addressing residual cybersecurity risk, it is very likely that you’ll be required to implement a more advanced set of security controls and continually improve your security posture. This may result in the obligation to implement and certify an adaptive security framework such as NIST-CSF or to address security in the cloud infrastructure (ISO 27017, CSA or ISO 27018).
Implementing NIST CSF
NIST-CSF is at the forefront of managing an organization’s cybersecurity as an adaptive framework of controls that can be customized to manage and mitigate the risks for critical infrastructure sectors.
A well implemented NIST-CSF framework creates a reliable decision support system that allows critical stakeholders to always account for technology and business changes and address cyber threats that your organization might face.
Our consultants have multidisciplinary and cross-functional expertise to rapidly identify issues and help you easily adapt to changes required to correct any deviations from the business and operational objectives.
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