NTA Monitor has supplied independent information assurance consultancy services to the public and private sector since 1997, and is able to offer a range of tailored services to meet your information assurance requirements.
A scoping meeting will be held at the outset of the engagement to fully understand your organisation’s aims, goals and expectations relating to information security. A detailed proposal will then be prepared outlining the stages involved, milestones and the level of both NTA and your organisation’s input required to meet requirements.
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We are seeing a noticeable increase in the number of clients who don’t understand the difference between business and technical risk, or are struggling to assess and manage risk. Our consultants can assist with these problems, providing perspective and advice.
NTA provide a range of training packages - from general cyber security awareness programmes aimed at a wider audience, to focussed application security training courses aimed at increasing developers’ awareness of vulnerabilities with the objective of ensuring that security is built in from the ground up.
Utilising our years of experience in information security, we can review current policies and documentation to identify any gaps, as well as advise on the creation of specific policies aligned with compliance standards, or an overarching Information Security Management System.
It is important to ensure that any new systems you are looking to implement are securely designed. Months of planning and implementing can be fruitless if security is not considered. A fresh perspective from an independent specialist to review your design could prove invaluable and ensure that security is ‘baked in’ early on in the development cycle.
NTA can facilitate the initial review of existing documentation and security controls, the development of an overarching Information Security Management System and its underlying policies, procedures and technical controls, as well as the implementation, evaluation and improvement of this system over time.
The general opinion within the information security industry is clear; it’s not if you have an incident but when. This perspective has triggered a focus on how to contain and minimise the impact, either reputational or financial, of an incident. NTA can help to lay the ground work to simplify the job of the responders, ensuring a swift and appropriate escalation and response to suspected or actual incidents.