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CREDENTIALS

 

_MS, Information Security

_CISSP

_CCIE Security

_Certified Information Privacy Profesional (CIPP/US)

_Cisco Intrusion Prevention Specialist 

_CNSS

_FBI InfraGard

 

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A risk assessment is an inspection of a firm's information security practices and handling as it relates to a specific data set. Assessments can range from healthcare, financial, credit cards, third parties et cetera. Once an assessment is conducted, a firm can layout a roadmap to success that remediates the risk and advance toward evolving security. 

 

Cyber criminals are far more advanced than the systems that house your data, take the first step in performing a risk assessment. 

Assessing the corporate risk posture is paramount for any organization that wishes to embark on the journey to compliance. While the risk posture is the first step, recurring risk posture assessments are more important because continual compliance not only shows the auditors your commitment to excellence, it instills confidence in your customers and business partners.

 

Don't wait, contact us for an initial and recurring Risk Posture Assessment for your enterprise. 

Every organization faces risk. Risk can derive from internal threats or threats from an external source or third party. 

 

Financial services, healthcare, legal, e-commerce, manufacturing, education, hospitality and other organizations who are subject to strict regulatory compliance standards have a responsibility to incorporate a recurring risk assessment/auditing process into their Information Security Management Systems (ISMS)

 

- Comprehensive Compliance Risk

- Business assessment

- Financial assessment

- Quantitative outputs

- Identity and process assessment

- Technology resources

 

Why a Risk Assessment?
What is a Risk Assessment
Organizational Responsibility
Value Yielding
Assessing risk on an organizational scale is paramount to safeguarding digital and physical assets from nefarious cyber criminals. Without having a risk assessment, the security roadmap can not be developed, aligning cash to remediate risks will not be appropiated and weak points of entry will remain in exixtance.

Regulatory fines can get to be very complex when equating risks to dollars. At times, the total cost for a breach might exceed to what the business is worth. Regulators mandate that fines are received 30 days after their initial report. 

Our Credentials:

 

_MS, Information Security

_CISSP

_CCIE Security

_Certified Information Privacy Profesional (CIPP/US)

_Cisco Intrusion Prevention Specialist 

_NSA

_InfraGard

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