Help clients to succeed in information security & compliance
Deura Information Security Consulting LLC
(DISC) offers services in Cyber Security, ISO 27001 (ISMS), ISO 27701 (PIMS), ISO 22301 (BCMS), NIST CSF, GDPR, CCPA, PCI DSS and HIPAA compliance solutions in information security and protection controls to meet industry security standards. DISC
specializes in ISO implementation and helps to build Management Systems (ISMS), (PIMS) and (BCMS) to achieve
certification. We focus on delivering comprehensive solutions to businesses of all sizes in the area of information security and compliance. DISC is a trusted North Bay
business that provides a reliable information security solutions tailored to individual business needs and our mantra is securing the business by quantifying risks.
Risk Management Life Cycle Process
We analyze your current information security management system in relation to
industry standards, and our recommendations are based on industry regulations and your business needs. We protect the bottom line of businesses by mitigating potential risks, and by keeping it safe
from business limiting incidents. DISC helps customers with short term information security goals and developing successful long term strategic information security business
plan. You will know
where to focus your time and resources with DISC roadmap.
- Many SMB companies are seeking InfoSec advisors. How can a Virtual CISO (vCISO) help you with your Information Security Program?
- As a vCISO we provide
all the core resources of a CISO would provide for your organization at a reasonably competitive cost. We can help you prepare for compliance, certification, (internal/external) audits, and perform
risk assessment. We can build and assess your InfoSec program.
- We build a business relevant InfoSec program & our assessment will align the program to business
future state. Virtual CISO augment the
existing CISO team in an organization or fill the cybersecurity leadership gap for companies who mayn’t have a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).
- We provide InfoSec &
compliance services by recognized experts (as a vCISO) to take your InfoSec program to next level of maturity & trustworthiness.
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DISC InfoSec vCISO as a
Information Security Strategic Plan:
Strategic planning is about setting long-term goals, establishing the directions and constraints, which allows executives, management and employees to see where they are expected to go, focus their
efforts in the right direction.
What’s Included in an Information Security Strategic Plan?
An information security
strategic plan can position an organization to mitigate, transfer, accept or avoid information risk related to people, processes and technologies. An established strategy also helps the organization
adequately protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information. The business benefits of an effective information security strategic plan are significant and can offer a
competitive advantage. These may include complying with industry standards, avoiding a damaging security incident, sustaining the reputation of the business and supporting commitment to shareholders,
customers, partners and suppliers.
An information security
strategic plan include:
- Defining consistent and integrated methodologies for design, development and
- Detecting and resolving problems;
- Proactively making decisions to more efficiently deliver results;
- Eliminating redundancy to better support achievement of objectives;
- Planning and managing human resources, relying on external expertise when required to
augment internal staff;
- Evolving into an organization where security is integrated as seamlessly as possible
with applications, data, processes and workflows into a unified environment.
A gap assessment of an
organization’s current state and existing efforts is an important first step in establishing a security strategic plan. A documented information security program assessment against a defined InfoSec
international standard or framework such as ISO/IEC 27002, 27701, 22301 or NIST CSF — especially when that standard is a part of the strategy — enables more efficient planning. Additional steps to
building a policy include defining the vision, mission, strategy, initiatives and tasks to be completed so they enhance the existing information security program. The plan should contain a list of
deliverables or benchmarks for the initiatives, including the name of the person responsible for each control.
We understand every organization is different.
For this reason, we tailor a solution to meet your business objectives. We offer multiple options based on your business, compliance and legal needs to layout the best possible
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