Almost every organisation will have a ‘cyber’ or ‘InfoSec’ related risk noted at a strategic level, due to the increasing business dependence on digital systems.

The significant increase in the number and complexity of cyber threats now presents a significant impact on an organisation's operations, reputation, and bottom line.

We understand cyber risk management is a dynamic area and has once again risen up the broader risk management agenda.

To help you better manage your cyber security risks, we offer a range of cyber risk management services to help you become better prepared and more resilient.

Information security is critical to all organisations regardless of sector or size, with the threat of cyber security breaches that target information continuing to evolve, especially with global geopolitical tensions rising. 

Risks include data breaches, hacking attempts, phishing scams, physical theft, human error, malicious insider actions and other forms of cyber attacks that are increasing in both volume and sophistication. All of these pose a significant InfoSec risk to organisations of any size.

Information security risks can have severe consequences for organisations, from data and financial losses to reputational damage. Furthermore, the impact on InfoSec from a cyber attack can be long-lasting and take a significant amount of time and resources to recover from. It is therefore essential for businesses to seek professional InfoSec risk management services as part of their ongoing efforts to stay protected.

Our InfoSec consultants work with organisations to identify and implement improvements to their InfoSec posture through our virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) service, through internal audit (in line with ISO27001 controls), threat analysis (threat report produced monthly), digital footprint analysis, incident management, business continuity testing and objective setting.
As significant InfoSec risk now resides in the supply chain, we can conduct supplier analysis and due diligence on behalf of clients. This can be delivered either as ‘table top assessment’ (i.e. The assessment of responses to questionnaires etc) or through the undertaking of an onsite 2nd Party audit.

Cyber is often used as a “catch-all” term that encompasses a wide range of security concerns. However, the specific risks and vulnerabilities that a business may face can vary greatly depending on the industry, size, and structure of the organisation. 

Our cyber risk consultants are dedicated to listening to clients fully, in an effort understand unique needs and concerns as they relate to cyber security. We will take the time to understand your business operations, assets, and potential vulnerabilities. By listening to you and gaining a deep understanding of your specific needs, we can tailor our cyber security risk assessment to effectively address your challenges. 

We offer cyber resilience assessments of third-party suppliers and data flows, drafting of cyber resilience and incident response policies, plans and exercises.

Data is described as ‘the new gold’ with value to a broad range of stakeholders, the company, the individual, the client or customers, the supplier and the criminal.

We work with organisations to deliver compliance with the various privacy legislations, whether in the UK, across Europe or beyond.
We provide a virtual Data Protection Officer (v-DPO) service. We also offer audit reviews (in line with ISOs 27701, 27017 and 27018), conduct data mapping, supplier analysis, data transfer assessments, breach management (including responding to Supervisory Bodies such as the ICO), education and training, support for data subject requests (e.g., subject access requests, right to be forgotten etc.).
We also undertake third party due diligence either as ‘table top assessment’ (i.e. the assessment of responses to questionnaires) or through the undertaking of an onsite 2nd Party audit.

Business continuity and disaster recovery plans must be combined to build resilience. We will work with you to develop emergency response plans that cover how to respond to specific threats and scenarios for your business. 

Our disaster recovery services will help develop incident response plans based on industry best practice and regulations relating to business resilience.

There is an ever-growing list of standards and certifications that organisations may need to achieve. Our experience has shown that this requirement is driven in one of two ways:

  1. Proactively: an organisation will wish to demonstrate its credentials to stakeholders, whether these be shareholders, customers, employees and potential customers.
  2. Reactively: an organisation has been told to achieve a certification to remain in a supply chain or to be able to enter a new one e.g. Government requirement for Cyber Essentials (CE), introduction of CE and ISO22301 for education, Drive Sustainability for tier 1 suppliers to the automotive sector.

We can support you with the adoption of the following standards and certifications:

  • ISO’s: (9001, 14001, 45001, 50001, 27001, 27701, 27017, 27018, 22301, 21434 and others). This includes post implementation support (eg. internal audit, management review etc.)
  • Cyber Essentials, Cyber Essentials Plus (via a partner) and IASME Governance

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To find out more about how our expertise can support your needs, please contact our team.

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