The way technology has entered into all aspects of organizations' operations raises several questions that must be answered, and their responses managed.
Implementing a technological risk management framework requires a careful analysis of the organization's risk profile and a clear identification of the most relevant information artefacts in order to direct investments and teams towards what is really important.
Establishing governance models, understanding the different regulatory requirements, conducting risk assessments, developing and maintain risk scenarios, implementing and executing technological risk committees, generating decision support information will generate a 360º view of your operation.
Corporate Governance and Maturity (CGM)
Assessment of the organization's maturity through the identification of operational, cultural and technological aspects of organizations mapped in analysis models in alignment with best practices, risk committees and continuous improvement cycles.
Risk and Control Management (RCM)
Risk assessment and scenario building considering potential impacts and probabilities from the perspective of the risk appetite.
Vendor Risk Management (VRM)
Manage suppliers and their suppliers, through detailed identification ensuring that information is stored and processed in alignment with the organization's security requirements.
Active Awareness (AST)
Periodic awareness actions with assessment of effectiveness through simulation of the main attack vectors.
Phishing exercises, loss of portable devices, laptops without security measures in a continuous assessment process.