Policies & Procedures_
Develop and validate your policies and procedures. Work with independent experts to improve how you
handle and mitigate security issues.
Building and implementing the right cybersecurity policies and procedures in your organization can be a painstaking effort.
However, there is a way to accelerate your progress and ensure you’re making the right decisions.
Make your organisation more resilient
When you choose to work with independent security professionals, you benefit from their extensive experience and up-to-date knowledge on laws and regulations.
At Bit Sentinel, we have the capabilities to coordinate your board, IT, legal, and HR teams in a common effort to ensure compliance and data security.
The company also invested in having the right expertise and experience in order to be sure we can overcome challenges for both small companies but also for more mature medium and larger businesses.
We can help your company develop plans and procedures for:
- data loss prevention
- disaster recovery
- business continuity
- gap analysis
- risk assessments
- Secure Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and more.
Make your organization more resilient by executing on pre-tested plans that support better decision-making.
Policies & procedures your company may need
Our expertise covers all the three main aspects involved in ensuring information security:
- physical security
- personnel management
- hardware and software.
Whatever your specific requirements may be, we can assist you with auditing and improving your cybersecurity policies or with building them from scratch.
Here are some of the plans and procedures your company might need in various stages of your development.
1. Security Framework
This is your information security policy. It provides high-level guidelines for assembling and using a wide range of security controls.
2. Data Loss Prevention Policy
This document outlines how your organization handles, protects, and shares data. Securing confidential data from unauthorized access is key.
3. Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
In your Acceptable Use Policy, your company defines the rules and limitations in which your technical assets can be used. This is a key legal requirement in many countries and industries.
4. Incident Response (IR) Policy
Use this policy to plan how your company deals with information security incidents. Get in control by preparing and rehearsing organized action plans to minimize potential damage.
5. Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
Your BCP Plan ensures you have a tested plan for restoring both hardware and software functionality and data that are critical for business continuity.
6. Secure Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Process
This process is how your organization ensures new systems and applications have the right security controls built into them on creation or integration.
Other types of security policies we can create for your company include:
- Access Control Policy (ACP)
- Change Management Policy
- Disaster Recovery Policy
- Email/Communication Policy
- Remote Access Policy
- Risk Assessment Policy
- Security Awareness
- Training Policy
- Configuration management
- Personnel security
- Supply chain security