Cyber Risk

Cyber Risk

We can help organisations manage cyber risk, this will help a business understand the current threat landscape and be able to plan for the worst case scenario. Cyber risks, once identified can be mitigated with technology, processes or people. They can be accepted at board level, or transferred to Cyber Insurance, as an example. 

It’s essential that companies review their security controls, check the regulatory requirements and ensure the business is protected from unnecessary risk. 

We can help in this area with experience working in cyber risk and dealing with regulators, in the EU, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Once we perform and assessment and gap analysis on your current security controls and framework we can a produce a high level Security Program to mitigate the risk. 

Cyber Risk

Cyber Risk

Identify and manage relevant cyber risks to enable effective, risk-based decisions.
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Key Information Security Assets

Identify, protect and defend your most critical business assets from harmful compromise.
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Review the current cybersecurity controls for effectiveness and perform gap analysis.
Third party risk management

Third Party
Risk Management

Perform a cyber due diligence on your third party suppliers. Build a Third party risk assessment process and procedure.
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Cyber Insurance

Consider transferring risk with Cyber Insurance. It's important to know the minimum security controls required and the things to look out for before purchasing Cyber Insurance. In some cases you can be uninsurable.
Cybersecurity Governance Frameworks

Cybersecurity Governance Frameworks

Implement industry standard frameworks such as the NIST CSF or CIS controls. The CIS top 18 (formally the Top 20) can be a great manage cyber control effectiveness.

Confidently transform your cyber and strategic risk programs

Assess and define your cyber risk exposure

Pinpoint the cyber risks that are relevant to your specific organization and understand the potential harm they pose against your business. Advance your business approach to cyber risk management for effective decision-making and risk mitigation.


Frequently asked questions on Cyber Risk. 

Cybersecurity risks relate to the loss of confidentiality, integrity, or availability of information, data, or information (or control) systems and reflect the potential adverse impacts to organizational operations (i.e., mission, functions, image, or reputation) and assets, individuals, other organizations, and the Nation. (Definition based on ISO Guide 73 [6] and NIST SP 800-60 Vol. 1 Rev. 1 [7])

Cyber risk management is a  service designed to enable organisations to identify, manage and mitigate the risk and impact of cyberattacks. De-Risk's cyber security services are designed to help organisations protect, detect and respond to cyber incidents. Implement a security program and close the gaps to stay compliant with local Cybersecurity Center and regulatory requirements.

De-Risk Cybersecurity Consultancy can provide the security advice, help build a program, decide on tools and technology and be the virtual CISO or help you build an internal security function in-house.

The incident response cycle is a process organisations follow to respond to security incidents, and continuously improve their incident management process. The process includes: Proactive preparation for security incidents. Detection and analysis of a possible security incident. De-Risk Cybersecurity Consultancy can help with producing the Cyber Incident Response Plan and Procedure and integrating with or developing a Crisis Management team.

Online threats to organizations are evolving all the time. Whether it is malware, phishing or ransomware, companies are at significant financial and reputational risk if they fail to proactively manage and mitigate potential vulnerabilities, or do not address the impact of attacks or breaches as soon as they occur. Cyber security Risk Management enables organisations to take targeted, measurable action to defend themselves against some of the biggest risks. An effective, transparent cyber security approach is also increasingly in demand by C-Suite, stakeholders and potential investors.

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