IT Security & Governance
Many companies fall short when it comes to evolving cyber risk management processes. Organizations struggle with presiding over cyber risk management and developing mature governance for a number of reasons.
SECURITY IS A PERVASIVE BUSINESS RISK
Information security risk tends to be separated from other areas of risk, so it becomes siloed and isolated making it difficult to blend into the company culture. One of the most difficult tasks for compliance officers is to delegate workload to non-technology members throughout the organizations. Ignyte allows you to distribute tasks so security can be embedded in their environment as part of their culture.
ALIGN SECURITY WITH BUSINESS NEEDS
Most organizations have not properly implemented the policies, procedures, and protocols to align with evolving business needs and cybersecurity requirements. Policies are often misaligned with the business actually needs. Use Ignyte to map out and align with business requirements and tailor your current polices to fit enterprise-wide.
MATURE CYBER SECURITY GOVERNANCE AND PROVIDE ASSURANCE
Organizations must develop, adhere to, and continually evolve a governance plan that includes key characteristics, such as those found in NIST 800-53 and the ISO/IEC 27000 series. Many companies need these standard frameworks as well as their own framework to keep information security aligned with business strategy.
Organizations today are falling behind due to lack of standardization and harmonization across the enterprise of cybersecurity governance and risk management. Use Ignyte to maintain multiple standards using the Ignyte translation engine to drive a holistic view of risk.