Cyber security processes, procedures and guideline development

From world-leading energy firms to major government departments, we have helped organizations significantly improve their cyber security and reduce risk – and ultimately improve business performance.   This begins by creating the right cyber-security policies, procedures and guidelines for your organization.

STEP 1: Assessment

Cyber security threats have become more complex, and organizations must first understand what it means for them, the level of acceptable risk and key areas for investment in cyber security.

Our cyber experts have an in-depth understanding of the threat landscape and take a business risk-based approach to identifying how it impacts your individual organizations.

STEP 2: Integrated Determination

The next step is to develop an integrated approach across personnel, technical security, information assurance and physical security.

An effective cyber security strategy must work across an organization’s security measures. It is also possible to make smart interventions in key areas of vulnerability to boost overall cyber security.

RSDI brings together world-class capability in a range of key disciplines (such as software and network security, SCADA and process control security, the insider threat and dynamic defense) with the ability to work across cyber defenses and organizational functions to create or strengthen an integrated cyber security strategy.

STEP 3: Guide-lines, procedures, and process development

Protective monitoring and controls offer a coherent view of cyber-related activity across an organization and supports a positive culture to deter counter-productive behavior. They also help businesses to address the threat posed by ‘insiders’ who – knowingly or otherwise – may perpetrate or facilitate an attack. In this step we develop processes and guidelines to ensure that your business is fully protected from attacks from outside as well as inside. Including developing processes, procedures and policies for core business, business partners, client interactions, back-office and public.

STEP 4: Resilience against breaches

Your organization needs to be prepared against a successful cyber attack, and it is important to ensure that you have the skills and resources to quickly identify and isolate problems, determine the level of investigation and response required, all the while maintaining business as usual. 

Importantly, security measures should make your organization more resilient, and not restrict core business.

We have helped clients build excellent defenses from both a system and business perspective, and to build learning from a cyber incident into future management. To speak to one of our experts about how we can help your organization develop an effective cyber security strategy, please contact us now.