Why IT Security Service is Required?
- Is your IT infrastructure Safe?
- Is your website Hack-Proof?
- Does your company have any policy to enforce security checklist & guidelines?
- In case of disaster, does your company have any disaster recovery plan?
- Are your staffs trained to handle critical data?
- Are you immune to cyber fraud?
- Do you have protection to data leakage?
- Did you ever audit to check how your company will perform in above situations?
Information is the lifeblood of organizations and a vital business asset in today's IT-enabled world. IT systems and networks link every internal department and connect us with a myriad of suppliers, partners and markets. Protecting and enhancing the value of the information and IT systems has become a central strategic objective in most businesses.
Information security controls improve the organization’s profitability by reducing both the number and the extent of information security breaches thereby reducing both direct and indirect costs viz
- lost productivity through time lost investigating and resolving breaches and hoaxes
- irrecoverable loss of data
- expenses incurred in recovering and securing compromised data and systems
- notification of customers and regulators
- fines for breaching laws and regulations
- damaged reputation leading to customer defections and brand devaluation
Comprehensive and reliable information security controls reduce the organization's overall risk profile. Good information security builds management's confidence and trust, allowing the organization to press ahead with business opportunities (such as eBusiness) that might otherwise be too risky to contemplate.
GET Audited and Stay Safe
WHAT YOU WILL GET FROM THE AUDIT
ISOAH's Security Audit service delivery process: Indian School of Anti Hacking follows matured, proven and highly effective methodology to help various organizations across various verticals address the vulnerabilities and improve the security situation and product configurations. This structured approach ensures subject matter experts to plan tasks well in advance on need basis and adhere to the project timelines with minimal slippages. The steps followed in the Audit process are given below.
Information Security Audit
- Prepare Audit review sheets/checklists based on various industrial best practices and standards
- Review the existing and implemented processes against the audit checklist
- Review system, application and operating system configurations against audit checklist
- Understand the vulnerabilities and impact on information
- Collection of evidences
- Documentation of information assessed and evidences where required
- Provide audit report on vulnerabilities and impact
- Provide recommendations to mitigate the vulnerabilities
- To provide assistance in the corrective action on closing the gaps.
- To provide assistance in developing and implementing the preventive actions
- Information Security Audit Methodology/Charter
- Information Security Audit Report: A detailed report on vulnerabilities identified and impact on the systems and organization. This includes the gaps found in security practices/procedures.
- Recommendations: A comprehensive document on closing the gaps and improving the information security posture.
What are the +ive ROI?
- Improve awareness of risk owners within the organization about latest risk trends
- Detect possible undetected backdoor in the system through VAPT. Prevents security incidents which might go otherwise un-noticed for long periods of time
- Prevents loss of sensitive data from repository such as payment details, user credentials,Health records, IP, etc.
- Reduce expenses related to information security incidents
- Integrate information security to business process for better alignment
- Improve interested parties’ trust by assuring compliance with their requirements
- Improve marketing edge - image and credibility
- Improve decisions by basing them on data from the information security management system
- Create a culture of continual improvement of the information security
- Improve employee, and other interested parties’, engagement in information security improvement