Cybersecurity Risk Management and Assessment:
- Managing cyber risk is critical to any business or operation. The process of managing risks starts with a great risk assessment. MAX Cybersecurity uses an approach for larger enterprises that is built on a set of risk management principles. We begin with education and infuse a suite of services supporting holistic risk reducing activities. Our concepts engage the customer and builds long term partnerships through trusted relationships.
- We deliver expertise that helps our clients see the value in their investment and a subject matter expertise to reduce chances cascading effects will occur should there be a breach. The MAX Team consists of experts who know the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF). The NIST Framework provides a policy framework of computer security guidance and helps organizations see how private sector organizations can assess and improve their ability to prevent, detect, and respond to cyber-attacks.
- Asset management
- Business Environment
- Risk Assessment
- Risk Management Strategy
- Access Control
- Awareness and Training
- Data Security
- Information projection process and procedure
- Protective Technology
- Anomalies and Events
- Security Continuous Monitoring
- Detection Process
- Response planning
- Cyber and hacker activities
- Sensitive data disclosures
- Physical security issues
- Regulatory compliance
- Brand abuse and infringements
- Reputation risks
- Cybersecurity education
Although regulations do not instruct organizations on how to control or secure their systems, they do require that those systems be secure in some way and that the organization prove to independent auditors that their security and control infrastructure is in place and operating effectively. The enterprise risk assessment methodology has become an established approach to identifying and managing systemic risk for an organization. And, more and more, this approach is being applied in such diverse fields and corporate environments.
Step 1: Identify the hazards. In order to identify hazards, you need to understand the difference between a ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’. …
Step 2: Decide who might be harmed and how. …
Step 3: Evaluate the risks and decide on control measures. …
Step 4: Record your findings. …
Step 5: Review your assessment and update as and when necessary.