Cyber Risk

Proper planning and prioritizing ensures a balance between the cost and complexity of cyber security measures, and the need to protect sensitive data.

Control, Access and Security

Managing cyber risk is a top concern among businesses and government organizations in these connected times. Technology solutions to address these risks can be complex, disruptive, and costly. Resource constraints further complicate the situation by limiting the amount of protection an organization can afford.

Understanding the pros and cons of each information security option is central to designing a plan that offers the greatest protection for the smartest investment. Sciens offers Cyber Risk Assessment expertise as the first step in outlining a prioritized baseline of information security measures to defend against today’s most common and damaging computer and network attacks.

Key considerations in defining a cyber risk management plan include:

  • security policy
  • access control
  • personnel security
  • physical and environmental
  • awareness and training
  • monitoring and incident response
  • disaster recovery and business continuity
  • system development and acquisition
  • configuration management
  • risk (and vulnerability) management
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