When unauthorised access to confidential and sensitive information occurs, by known personal or external hackers breaching cyber security defences, the risks to enterprises are enormous. The damage can range from financial and corporate reputational loss, through to legal implications, as a result of exposure to intellectual property and the release of sensitive customer information.
Organisations are having to adopt new security policies and technologies, to keep pace with changes in cyber development within their businesses. The disruption is undeniable, with digital transformation forcing senior executives to rethink their cyber strategy. They are having to take a new look at cyber security from a number of viewpoints; from within the organisations network and user end-points, to the broader ecosystem of partners and digital channels. However, cyber security goes well beyond technology; it involves people, processes and procedures.
Typical questions that organisations are now asking are:
How do we manage the risk posed by access to our unstructured digital assets?
How would we identify and respond to a security breach?
Does our cybersecurity meet industry regulations and government legislations?
Does our cyber strategy protect our customers, shareholders and trade partners?
Do we instil confidence in our organisation?
With over 30 years’ experience in the provision of IT and business consultancy, offering help and advice in the selection of business systems and process procedures; coupled with the in-depth knowledge of digital forensics in the pursuit of evidence for law enforcement.
CCL are able to prepare and protect your organisation with:
an investigation and preparation of a cyber strategy
– to meet regulations and legislation
an IT security audit
– to identify areas for improvement of people’s behaviours, business processes and procedures
a cyber incident response
– using cyber forensic techniques, computer forensics with other expertise to stabilise the situation