To ensure a network has a holistic defence strategy, it is assessed against renowned security Standards & Regulations such as ISO 27001, NIST CSF, MAS’ TRM, PDPA, GDPR, and APRA’s CPS234 among others. Any procedures, configurations or devices that do not meet this standard are identified and recommended actions are presented to ensure the organisation has strong defences implemented across the entire system infrastructure. CTRL Group’s involvement is scaled to the clients’ requirements and can be extended to performing direct remediation actions up to and including audit guidance.
From a non-technical standpoint, CTRL Group conducts policy uplifts as a high-level review of an organizations existing policy and procedure documents and comparing their implementation to industry best practices as described by ISO 27001, NIST CSF, MAS’ TRM, PDPA, GDPR, APRA’s CPS234 or other applicable standard. Unlike a formal gap analysis against the above standards it is adapted to the desired security profile of the client, and with the focus purely on documentation of security practices. It is intended to provide organizations with the foundation to begin maturing their security processes with the scope of work restricted to the organization’s stakeholder’s security requirements and expectations.
Why Is This Important
- External validation of the efficacy of internal security processes and procedures.
- Objective view of your organizations alignment with best practice global standards and regulations, as well as a comprehensive overview of your security maturity.
Regulatory or certification compliance gap analysis and remediation work to ensure your organisation is compliant with regulatory or data security best practices.
Copies of all information security-relevant policies and procedures, and where required evidence of past compliance.
Your team may need to provide feedback on procedures that are practiced but not recorded, or other general information around business practices. This information gathering is typically done during a follow-up meeting once CTRL Group has gained a general sense of the gaps in the implementation of your chosen standard or regulation.
Information you provide us is stored in the risk and compliance directory of CTRL Group's Sharepoint, only risk team members assigned to your project are able to view and access that information. All information sharing internally is conducted through SharePoint links and access is monitored and reviewed by the team leader daily.
CTRL Group will present its findings to the relevant change authority within your organisation, depending on the level of our engagement, we will implement the changes as an ongoing effort or deliver a report covering our efforts and your current implementation maturity.