Process Risk & Controls (PRC)

Identify Process Risks, Design, Implement and operate effective controls to
mitigate Risks to your organization and customer Information & Technology

Process Risk & Controls

Process Risk & Controls is a structured method that helps an organization to evaluate, understand, and optimize their business processes, which is important to promote risk management to mitigate business risks. With PRC, an organization can check the health of their operational activities, financial reports, and their compliance with its internal procedures, as well as operate in compliance with operational regulations under the law.

Process Risk & Control Assessments is a process that is implemented to determine operational risks and find ways to mitigate them. This is done by examining existing internal controls and implementing new and improved internal controls to ensure that all business objectives are met.

Identity & Access Management (IAM)

Identity and Access Management ( IAM) is a process that helps you securely control access to your systems and information resources and assets. The objective is to establish and configure IAM Tools and supporting control processes to understand who is authenticated (signed in) and authorized (has permissions) to use your business network, systems, information resources and assets. A preventative and detective control process.

Threat & Vulnerability Management

Threat & Vulnerability Management is the process of identifying, evaluating, treating, and reporting on known security threats and vulnerabilities in systems and technology and the potential impact to your business. It is vital for organizations to prioritize and address possible and probable threats to minimize their “attack surface.”

Threat Hunting & Incident Response Management

Security incident Response Management is the process of identifying, managing, recording and analyzing security threats or incidents in real-time. … Policy violations and unauthorized access to data such as health, financial, social security numbers, and personally identifiable records are all examples of security incidents. Organizations must be pro-active and implement this preventative control.

Business Continuity & Resiliency

This process involves building systems that promote better prevention and recovery, which are important to properly address potential threats. Business Continuity & Resiliency involves improving the current system and creating new plans to enhance an organization’s ability to tackle challenges.

Change & Configuration Management

Change management focuses on managing the changes that affect the configurable items and the system while configuration management focuses on managing the configurable items and the state of the system. Businesses must ensure speed and automation is deployed for system configuration and Product changes to achieve a competitive advantage and Fast-Time-To Market.

Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)

SIEM provides businesses with capabilities for collect and aggregator security logs and security event data generated by networks, system infrastructure, applications and devices in order to develop insights for security monitoring, alerting, security investigations and decision-making.

Security Culture & People

Security Culture highlights the values shared by individuals involved in an organization. This guides people with regards to their approach and actions that affect the security of the data of a company. With this, individuals feel more involved in preserving the data security of an organization. Security Awareness & Training campaigns are key to creating and sustaining a Security Culture in your organization.

Third-Party Risk Management

An organization’s limited visibility into its third parties’ security policies, vulnerability & threats makes it difficult to assess risk. Third-party risk management is now a requirement for organizations to protect their reputation, intellectual property, data, and competitive advantage. Increased reliance on third-party vendors and dependence on sub-processors means a broader attack surface and the spread of vulnerabilities & infections.

Risk Registers & Risk Reporting

A risk register is a list of project risks within an organization’s system. It allows companies to identify risks and document information about their nature. A risk report is a summary of this information, including threats, which helps an organization to create proactive decisions to manage risks.At IRM Consulting & Advisory, we offer cybersecurity consulting services for the above processes and we help you implement them. If you are interested to learn more about our services, please set an appointment with us.

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