Information security posture assessments using industry accepted control frameworks such as NIST, ISO 27001, or CSC 20 provides organizations a strategic view of their overall security maturity and resilience. The assessment provides a baseline from which to evaluate the effectiveness of current security controls and processes and allows IT security teams to set objectives and priorities in a prioritized manner.Get a quote
Security assessments are diverse in how they are conducted in terms of what is assessed and how that assessment is leveraged to improve security processes and resilience. Using established control frameworks such as NIST, ISO 27002 or CSC 20 has become a best practice in terms of measuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of an organization’s assets and information across critical domains. Understanding where you are, where you want to be and how to get there from a security health and posture perspective is critical to governing security and improving your processes and controls efficiently.
Most organizations struggle with the complexity of, and lack the resources to, conduct comprehensive security posture assessments. Hitachi Systems Security has developed tailored services to meet each organization’s scope and budget in order cost effectively reduce risk, improve security posture, and meet compliance requirements.
The comprehensive and often overwhelming task of evaluation an organization’s security posture is often more complicated and time-consuming for in-house teams to handle cost effectively. Having experts trained in evaluating asset value, control standards, resiliency, and current threats is critical to assess security readiness.
Hitachi Systems Security provides the expertise to bring together the critical information, best practices, and recommendations to improve security controls. Reducing risk is critical in our current environment; assessing how to achieve that goal cost effectively is how we can help.