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- The risks surrounding information security and cybersecurity are increasing and are now a large part of daily business.
- In addition to possible financial damage, the reputation of the organization is often affected.
- Organizations are becoming increasingly dependent on ICT and complexity in the outsourcing chain is increasing.
- ‘There are more and more regulatory requirements regarding ICT & Cybersecurity.
- Combination of knowledge from experience with various types of institutions and specific ICT knowledge.
- Probability strives for feasible solutions and implementations that fit the size and risk attitude of the organization.
- Providing insight into ICT risks is paramount to enable adjustments by the board/management.
- Implementation, risk assessment, or audit.
- The well-known “Plan, Do, Check, Act”-cycle is followed to achieve a sufficient level of information security, in line with the risk attitude.
- PLAN: Drafting ICT and information security policy and planning with associated governance. Training the organization can be part of this.
- DO: Conduct risk assessments and business impact analyses (BIA scores) and initiate improvements.
- CHECK: Assessment of your own IT system and that of outsourcing relations and suppliers.
- ACT: Setting up monitoring and reporting to provide insight into the management of ICT risk for possible adjustments.
- The needs of the organization are leading
- Providing insight into ICT risk and control
- Formulating and implementing policies
- Assessment of suppliers
- Enable monitoring and adjustments
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