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CSRA Cyber Security Risk Assessment - 4 wk assess
A multi-phased, multi-dimensional solution to assess your Cyber risk and define your Cyber security strategy according to what matters the most to your organization.
Today organizations face new security challenges: Tech adoption expands threat landscape, external pressure to comply w/regulations, lack of security pros in the market, leadership often not involved building a Security strategy & employees not trained.
An ideal solution would be one that allow organizations to be able to continuously assess its Cyber risk posture and capabilities on three critical areas: Prevention, Detection and Response, and act on the most critical projects first – thus balancing investment between risks and potential impacts - while complying with industry regulations. CSRA outcomes will ensure that the organization understands the risks and sets the right priorities, putting in place the right governance, the right supporting processes and the right enabling technology.
CSRA is a complete assessment solution that is:
Leadership & Board oriented. - Provides insights to mgmt. team to get the basics right from the start. Leaders demonstrate due diligence, ownership and effective risk management Aligned to your industry regulations. - CSRA can be customized to the regulation and framework applicable: ISO27001, PCI-DSS, HIPPA, COBIT, NIST, ISO 22301, LFDPPP, GDPR Balances investment: Risk vs potential impact. - Identifies critical projects and where they fit in the strategy. Maximizes return on your current IT investments & discovers hidden needs. Lays-out a clear path to success CSRA will discover the critical security controls, & oversee its correct implementation in your infrastructure, people and processes CSRA leverages Azure Cloud Services to protect data, apps, and infrastructure quickly with built-in security services in Azure that include unparalleled security intelligence to help identify rapidly evolving threats early—so you can respond quickly. CSRA price may vary according to many factors, such as organization size, complexity, location, number of assets and current cybersecurity maturity.