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Unfortunately, most organizations don’t have the time or resources to ensure that their security program is aligned with their selected frameworks (NIST, ISO, COBIT, HITRUST). Additionally, you may not have the expertise to accurately assess your program while maintaining an independent view. West Point Security's cyber security staff can assess the maturity of your security program and determine initiatives to improve where your organization may be lagging behind industry best practices.
West Point Security's team has experience in navigating the complexities of cybersecurity assessments. Our cybersecurity assessments are based upon the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) special publication 800-171, a framework that was developed to protect controlled unclassified information in nonfederal organizations. Although many organizations aren't required to comply with NIST 800-171, alignment of security and control structures against this recognized framework is a key step in process maturity and diligence. We can also work other security frameworks, such as ISO 27001/2.
We take the time to listen. After having interviewed security personnel and examined your organization's policies and procedures, West Point Security can assist with Information Security Program Evaluation & Policy and Procedures Development.
West Point Security can also assist with Security Policy Review & Development.
Can your vendor stop a breach from occurring? Have they properly implemented sufficient technical, administrative and physical controls to protect your information? If not, damage to your company's reputation and your client's data is at risk, exposing your company to liability. West Point Security is experienced in performing third-party vendor risk assessments. Contact us today to learn more.