TCG’s Cybersecurity advisroy package helps your business identify and address potential vulnerabilities in your systems and processes. It includes a thorough review of your organization’s current security posture, as well as recommendations for improvement.
The security assessment packages include:
- Network assessment:
A review of an organization’s network infrastructure, including servers, workstations, and devices, to identify potential vulnerabilities.
- Web application assessment:
A review of web-based applications and services to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers.
- Password policy review:
A review of an organization’s password policies to ensure that they meet best practices and are effective at protecting against cyber threats.
- Vulnerability assessment:
A review of an organization’s systems and devices to identify known vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers.
- Security awareness training:
Training for employees on how to recognize and respond to potential cyber threats, including phishing attacks and malware.
- Remediation recommendations:
Recommendations for addressing identified vulnerabilities and improving overall security posture.
For more information on how our security assessment package can help protect your business, don’t hesitate to contact us today
What happens next?
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|After we receive your inquiry, one of our security specialists will set up an appointment.||An NDA document can be signed, if needed.||We conduct a discovery meeting with your team.||After the discovery session, our security analyst will assess the findings and provide a report to your team.|
(Additional consulting services can be provided upon request)
Outline of a security policy document
A security policy is a document that outlines the rules and procedures for ensuring the security and integrity of an organization’s information assets. It is an important part of an organization’s overall security posture and helps to protect against cyber threats and data breaches.
Here is a sample outline for a security policy document:
- Purpose of the security policy
- Scope of the security policy (e.g. which assets and systems are covered)
- Responsibilities and roles related to the security policy
- Security Management
- Governance structure for managing security
- Risk assessment and management processes
- Compliance with laws, regulations, and industry standards
- Access Control
- Policies for granting and revoking access to information assets
- Authentication and authorization policies
- Policies for remote access and use of mobile devices
- Network Security
- Policies for securing the organization’s network and infrastructure
- Use of firewalls, VPNs, and other security controls
- Policies for wireless networks and internet use
- Data Security
- Policies for protecting sensitive and confidential data
- Classification and labeling of data
- Policies for data storage, backup, and recovery
- Asset Management
- Policies for protecting and securing physical assets (e.g. computers, servers, etc.)
- Policies for software asset management (e.g. licensing, installation, etc.)
- Incident Response
- Procedures for responding to security incidents (e.g. data breaches, cyber attacks, etc.)
- Communication plans for handling incidents
- Policies for reporting and documenting incidents
- Training and Awareness
- Policies for training employees on security best practices
- Awareness campaigns and communication to educate employees on security risks
- Review and Maintenance
- Procedures for reviewing and updating the security policy on a regular basis
- Process for obtaining management approval for policy changes
This is just a sample outline and the specific details of a security policy will depend on the needs and risks of the organization. It is important to involve relevant stakeholders in the development of a security policy and to ensure that it is communicated and enforced throughout the organization.