Overall Concept for lasting Resilience
In today's cyber environment, conventional mechanisms protect insufficiently. Antivirus systems or firewalls only address a small part of today's common threats. Enterprises and organizations are facing the challenge that attacks to their data and systems will not only take place but are also most likely to be successful.
Therefore, the IT systems' resilience and survivability during the attack continuum - before, during and after an attack - have been the most important function of information security. Cyber Risk Resilience® describes the overall concept for obtaining this resilience. Besides technical measures, also procedural and organizational elements are part of this concept.
ISPIN's offer regarding Cyber Risk Resilience® contains the following elements:
Organizational measuers in order to secure the continuation of the operation and to continuously improve the resilience against cyber attacks.
- Security Officer Service
- Risk Management
- Business Continuity Management
- Framework (ISMS)
The human being has to be aware of it being the most important element when it comes to identify and prevent cyber attacks. Tailored instruments are necessary in order to recognize attacks as early as possible.
- Awareness programs
- Human Systems Integration
Systems for recognizing cyber attacks as early as possible and for describing the actual situation inside the infrastructure.
- Sight First One®
- Cyber Threat Prevention
Processes and organizations who guarantee a quick and effective reaction during and after a successful cyber attack.
- Cyber Incident Response Service
- Security Operation Center as a Services (SOCaaS)
The analysis of all security relevant data after an attack allows the company and organizations to take adequate measures in order to close identified gaps and to adapt organization and processes. That way the resilience level and therefore also the resilience itself are on a higher level.
- Security Data Science Service