Branches & Business Centers
Our approach centered around identifying how the organization was using applicable regulations, enterprise policies, standards, and procedures to better govern cybersecurity as an enterprise wide, strategic issue.
ISO/IEC 27001 formally defines the mandatory requirements for an Information Security Management System (ISMS) and was used as the policy benchmark for the Policy Review. DFS policy requirements were mapped and then overlaid with available/relevant client policies
The goal here was to help the client identify and mitigate potential cybersecurity risks in order to protect its information systems and assets
The engagement involved evaluating the client's security controls and policies, as well as assessing the effectiveness of digital forensic products based on Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) and Iris Recognition Integrated System (IRIS) technologies.
The engagement involved investigating and analyzing a security incident to determine the cause and extent of a potential data breach while the annual audit of control readiness involved reviewing the client's security controls and policies to assess their effectiveness in addressing potential security risks and compliance with relevant regulations.
The engagement involved evaluating different vendors of intrusion detection and prevention systems and selecting the best solution to meet the client's specific security requirements.
The goal here was to develop a visual representation of the client's cyber risk exposure.
The goal here was to help the client comply with applicable cybersecurity and privacy regulations while ensuring secure handling of credit card information that aligns with PCI-DSS requirements.