Effective information security governance starts with a framework for making well-informed decisions and responding to new challenges. Kroll’s well-rounded team of experts can provide unique insights and practical support for any organisation looking to mitigate its cyber risks.
Effective cyber governance involves making multiple decisions to address an organisation’s current and future challenges. While understanding cyber threats is key, security leaders and senior management must also be aware of financial and operational factors, including reputational concerns and regulatory obligations. It is not always easy to know when to compromise and where to bolster resources.
Kroll’s team of cyber experts – with diverse backgrounds in law enforcement, government agencies, and large private enterprises – has managed thousands of cybersecurity engagements in Singapore, Hong Kong, across Asia and worldwide. With this knowledge and experience, we have developed a framework for a defensible cyber security strategy in five pillars:
We help you look at cyber security from many perspectives—from learning best practices for all types of situations to developing a process for risk-ranking the vulnerabilities and threats most harmful for your organization’s maturity, size and sector. Our goal is to bring confidence in your decision-making and strengthen the framework that will support and implement your strategies.
Kroll’s governance and risk advisory solutions are also included as part of an array of proactive services, available through our client-friendly cyber risk retainers for maximum tangible value.
Here are a few selected services available to help your organisation with cyber governance issues:
Stop cyberattacks. Kroll Responder managed detection and response is fueled by seasoned IR experts and frontline threat intelligence to deliver unrivaled response.
Today, you learn your company is experiencing a serious cyber incident. It could be a ransomware attack, a hacked O365 email account, the theft of PII or PHI, data exposure from misconfigured network settings. What is the first step you should take?
Kroll’s field-proven incident response tabletop exercises provide a customised test of every aspect of an organisation’s cyber response plan.
Manage risk, not spreadsheets. Identify and address cyber threats in third-party relationships to ensure compliance with regulations such as NYDFS, FARS, GDPR, etc.
Kroll’s cyber audits and reviews ensure third parties handle sensitive data according to regulatory guidelines and industry standards.
Safely perform attacks on your production environment to test your security technology and processes.
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