Information Security

Information security is the ongoing process of exercising due care and due diligence to protect information, and information systems, from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, destruction, modification, or disruption or distribution. Our CISSP certified staff will carry the burden of ongoing training, assessment, protection, monitoring & detection, incident response & repair, documentation, and review of your organization. Our experience and certified team can perform the following: Conduct a security risk assessment. Identify security gaps.

Propose any additional required measures and controls, in accordance with international standards such as ISO-17799. Conduct a Business Impact Analysis to define Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Determine baseline measures to practicing due care to protect the source code and all deliverables from malicious or fraudulent intent. Develop, verify and implement secure authentication method based on business and functional requirements, best practices, and international standard. Define baseline security measures in compliance with all regulatory information security policies.

Determine e-service security features which shall provide comprehensive security measures to enable users to identify and authenticate themselves, protect documents and prevent Unauthorized access. Verify authentication and authorization of web users and servers using secure connections, sessions and protocols. Determine how all solution(s) support information security auditing, logging, accountability, no repudiation, and confidentiality and data integrity. If you think business continuity is not a necessity for your IT systems or processes, think again, today disasters or disruptions to business are a reality. Whether the disaster is natural or man-made , it affects normal life and so business. So why is planning so important? Let us face reality that "all businesses recover", whether they planned for recovery or not, simply because business is about earning money for survival.

 

While a business continuity plan (BCP)Murphy's Law takes a broad approach to dealing with organizational-wide effects of a disaster, a disaster recovery plan (DRP), which is a subset of the business continuity plan, is instead focused on taking the necessary steps to resume normal business operations as quickly as possible.
A disaster recovery plan is executed immediately after the disaster occurs and details what steps are to be taken in order to recover critical information technology infrastructure. Don't have a security policy? We will create one for you along with baselines, guidelines, standards and procedures that will ensure that such policy is sound effective and enforcable.