Understand and manage risks to your information and systems.
What is cyber risk management?
Cyber risk management is a collective term for a number of approaches that can be taken to both understand, and take appropriate action on, risks to an organisation’s information, computer systems, and online activity.
Cyber risk management covers a number of different disciplines, is related to compliance and secure software development, and is informed by activities such as penetration testing and technical vulnerability assessment.
The exact application of cyber risk management techniques depends on the organisational culture, strategy, and overall risk appetite, but will typically be supported by the following types of service:
There are many different ways to assess risk, some of which are better suited to cyber risk management than others. Where possible, the consultant team will endeavour to make use of an organisation’s established risk assessment process to ensure that findings can be more readily adopted and incorporated into risk management processes, however, where this is not possible, they will use recognised standard approaches appropriate to the engagement.
Understanding and improving incident response and management capabilities to be able to identify, contain, and recover from cyber security incidents.
Most organisations will need to demonstrate compliance with one or more standards or pieces of legislation. The team help to find and address any gaps, as well as preparing our clients for external audit activities.
Identifying systemic issues and opportunities for improvement by reviewing overall system and network designs, and technical architecture.
Gain targeted information about threat actors and cyber threat activity relevant to your organisation and business activities, and develop appropriate and effective threat models to support your risk management and technical vulnerability assessment activities.