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Security governance

Serious security governance

Just as security is the responsibility of everyone within an organization, security decision making can happen at all levels. To achieve this, we are ready to help senior leadership to use security governance. We will help you to identify potential security risks, their impact and remediation costs. We will then work together towards security governance in your organization.

Assess and plan

Know where your are right now and where you want to be in near future.

Tailored approach

Every organization is different. We keep this in mind during solution design for you.

Effective culture

Security-focused culture that values and prioritizes security as a core business function.


Encouraging collaboration and communication across different departments and stakeholders.

See how we can help you to get security under control

Zero Trust

Zero Trust is a way of keeping your data and infrastructure safe by assuming that nobody is automatically trustworthy. This means you don’t just give anyone access to your company data, even if they’re already inside your network (Office, VPN). Instead, you check who they are and what they’re doing all the time, to make sure they’re authorized to access the resources. Flip for some key zero trust principles.

Zero Trust principles

Give access to your digital resources only to people and services that really needs it

Divide networks and applications into smaller, more manageable segments

Verify every user, device, and application each time access is granted

Implement real-time monitoring and analytics to detect and respond to security incidents

Protect your files with encryption and data loss prevention policies

Proven baselines and benchmarks

We are using proven combination of baselines, benchmarks and best practices to secure your environment based on your needs and available licenses. Wherever possible, we use first party products and products already included in your purchased licenses to save you unnecessary costs. Our favorite benchmarks and baselines consist of Microsoft best practices, CIS (Center for Internet Security) benchmarks, UK and Australian government security blueprints and others.

Baselines and benchmarks

Ensure your IT systems are configured and managed in a secure manner

Benchmarks are often aligned with regulatory requirements and industry standards

Provide a consistent and repeatable process for configuring and managing IT systems

Streamline your security efforts and reduce the complexity to maintain a secure environment

Build solid security baseline for future enhancements

Protect your data everywhere

Information protection and data loss prevention are important ways of keeping your sensitive company data safe. These methods involve setting up barriers and rules to make sure that only authorized people can access your information, and that it is not accidentally or intentionally leaked. This could include things like data encryption, data loss prevention policies and proactive data usage monitoring. By using these methods, you can help prevent identity theft, fraud, or other types of unauthorized access to your data and in the same time stay compliant with regulatory requirements and industry standards.

Information protection and data loss prevention

Secure your data to comply with regulatory requirements and industry standards

Identify sensitive information types and the potential risks or threats to them

Limit access to data based on the information type

Encrypt your most sensitive data and revoke access regardless where the data is stored

Proactively monitor data usage, sharing and excessive downloads

Educate your employees about the importance of information protection and data loss prevention

Why security governance?

Organizations of all sizes should invest in cybersecurity because cyberattacks can have significant financial, reputational, and legal consequences. Investing in cybersecurity can help you mitigate these risks and protect your assets, reputation, and customers. By implementing security best practices and technologies, you can reduce the likelihood of a successful cyberattack and respond effectively to any incidents that do occur.

Some key statistics

Cybersecurity measures in place are increasingly being rendered obsolete

82% of data breaches involved human element, including Social Attacks, Errors and Misuse

The percentage of users impacted by targeted ransomware doubled in 2022

52% of organizations said they plan on increasing IT spending in 2023

 69% of business owners are fearful that a cyber-attack could put them out of business entirely

Do you have concerns about your security posture?

Contact us for detail about our approach!