Identifying, managing and mitigating cyber security risks is a critical part of enterprise risk management. As your organization grows, the risks become more complex. GlobalNSA will help you build an effective program for enterprise risk management.
Security controls for the enterprise provides prevention, detection, and response to threats to data, systems, and infrastructure. Selecting the appropriate security controls is critical to ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of enterprise systems.
Periodic and regular reviews are required to assess, create and update the controls that your organization depends on for the security of your enterprise systems and data. GlobalNSA’s assistance and expertise will elevate any organizations controls to mature level and thereby reducing risk.
GlobalNSA utilizes different frameworks for evaluating controls from DISASTIGS, NIST (SP 800-53), to CIS (SANS). GlobalNSA analyzes, evaluates, and provides recommendations your current level of controls and if require will remediate the deficiencies.
GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.
GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.
GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.
Cyber Security Testing
GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.
Security Governance Strategy
Enterprise security governance is an organizational strategy for reducing the risk to its environment. Enterprise security governance activities involve the development, assessment, adoption and improvement of an organization’s enterprise risk management program and security policies.
GlobalNSA will work with you to take a holistic view of your organization to build your security governance strategy.
Vendor Risk Management
GlobalNSA will help you build a vendor risk management program to analyze, quantify, and mitigate the risks associated with outsourcing to third parties for technology solutions and services. Understanding your requirements and establishing controls for vendor selection up-front is key to a successful business relationship.
Vendor Risk Assessment
GlobalNSA utilizes a proprietary methodology for conducting third party risk assessments.
Maturity Level Modeling
The Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) is a capability improvement model that provides guidance for improvement across multiple process disciplines in your organization. GlobalNSA will measure your level of maturity in software development, risk, security and vendor management using this model. GlobalNSA will help define the criteria used to measure your current maturity level and work with you on a phased roadmap to achieve your desired maturity level.
GlobalNSA will measure your organization, projects and/or departments according to the CMMI defined 5 maturity levels.
- 1 – Initial: Process unpredictable, poorly controlled and reactive
- 2 – Managed: Process characterized for projects and is often reactive
- 3 – Defined: Process characterized for the organization and is proactive
- 4 – Quantitatively Managed – Process measured and controlled
- 5 – Optimizing – Focus on continuous process improvement