SecOps Strategy

SecOps Strategy

A constant in digital transformation

SecOps Strategy

Digital channels deliver more customers

The pace of development in retail is accelerating, with considerably more sales taking place online.

Initiating Detect, Response & Recovery Tasks

Modern organizations digitalized most of their business processes which require technology at a high standard for availability, integrity, and security. Therefore, we ensure the initiation of a Detect, Response & Recovery action plan to ensure business continuity.

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SecOps Strategy

Cyber Security SIEM &
IT Disaster Recovery Plan

Why Should We Care?

  • Modern organizations digitalized most of their business processes which require technology at a high standard for availability, integrity and security.
  • Data Privacy Laws and regulated markets like the financial industry urge organizations to care about collected and processed data, that are sensitive.
  • While a Cyber attack or data breach, it is mandatory to notify the impacted people or authorities (like GDPR with 72 hours notification period).
  • If an enterprise fails to comply with these laws and regulations, severe penalties might be applied. Also, loss of reputation might impact the business continuation.

Global Accepted Standards

Use all available resources to address and manage Cyber Security Risks

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Accepted Standards
Accepted Standards

Cyber Security supports organizations in developing and maintaining a structured and comprehensive Cyber Security Strategy within the organization, Globally.

Good Practice
Good Practice

Standard frameworks include good practices, which guarantee that all guidelines can be applied and adapted to the organization's requirements and size.

External Auditors
External Auditors

Ensure auditability of your Cyber Security Program to internal and external Auditors and its documentation and preparation in the event of a Cyber Attack or penalty-related Data Loss.

Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
Business Impact Analysis (BIA)

Determine mission/business processes and recovery criticality, resource requirements, and recovery priorities for system resources

Contingency Planning
Contingency Planning

Define the three main phases based on standard templates - Activation & Notification, Recovery, and Reconstitution

Incident Response Planning
Incident Response Planning

Establish a process for incident planning - Outlining Incident Detection, Preparing for reaction to an incident, and Identifying the recovery process.

Test, Train, Exercise (TT&E)
Test, Train, Exercise (TT&E)

Test: Validate plan is operable. Training: Informing personnel of their roles & responsibilities in a particular IT plan and teaching them the related skills.

SecOps Strategy

IT Disaster Recovery Plan (ITDRP) - the Key Instrument

Knowing how to recover impacted technical systems and services is an essential factor of a Business Continuity Strategy.

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