West Point Security can assist your organization with its Governance, Risk and Compliance measures, providing a coordinated strategy for managing issues related to corporate governance, Enterprise Risk Management and meeting regulatory and industry requirements.
West Point Security can assist your organization with the following focus areas:
Governance, taken from ISO/IEC 27001 standard, is loosely defined as your organization's oversight role and the accountability framework by which your organization provides oversight, manages and mitigates its business risks. The governance process within your organization should include elements such as the development and communication of security and privacy policies, regulatory compliance management and oversight and an evaluation how your organization meets these requirements through risk scorecards and operational dashboards. Our team can assist you with meeting these important measures.
Unfortunately, there are no silver bullets for cybersecurity governance. This starts at the top, with senior leadership, to ensure adequate resources are allocated to meet cybersecurity governance and compliance needs commensurate with your organization's cybersecurity strategy and goals. West Point Security can assist your organization with:
Risks to your business can take many shapes. Whether it is risk to your reputation, branding, operations or finances, these risks are no longer solely the responsibility of your IT team. There must be top level support and sponsorship, providing management with visibility into risks and vulnerabilities so they can effectively develop and manage both near and long-term risk management strategies. It is essential to systemically identify, measure, prioritize and respond to all types of risks encountered through a thorough Risk Assessment. Our team can assist you with performing a Risk Assessment using a variety of security frameworks (NIST 800-37, ISO 27001).
Compliance is the focuses on meeting your due diligence requirements to satisfy for regulations, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act), and frameworks such as HITRUST, NIST Cyber Security Framework, and Payment Card Industry standards. Compliance with these requirements can reduce the risk of of unauthorized disclosure, alteration and destruction of sensitive (or regulated) information, and is about taking any corrective actions that you were advised to take by your security auditor or regulator, based upon the law, or security framework, as it applies to your organization.