Security Policy Assessment Service

Ignyte Services provide solutions for organizations to help effectively manage security policies, standards, and procedures. Our Security Policy Framework Assessment is an independent assessment of the current information security policies, standards, and procedures.

Security Policy Framework

Ignyte’s Security Policy framework provides organizations with a comprehensive strategy that customizes tactical security solutions in relation to business objectives. A security policy framework provides the structure for adhering to governmental regulations (i.e., Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), and for having a program consistent with industry standards (i.e. NIST, ISO27001). The Ignyte Security Policy Framework Assessment uses a hierarchical structure approach that starts at the top, policy, and works down through standards, guidelines, and procedures.

Ignyte – Approach

Ignyte will assess the current security policies, standards, and procedures in relation to the organizations business and regulatory requirements to the 11 domains (127 technical areas) in ISO27001:

  • Security Policy
  • Organizational security
  • Asset classification and control
  • Personnel security
  • Physical and environmental security
  • Communications and Operations Management
  • Access Control
  • Systems Development and Maintenance
  • Business Continuity Management
  • Infromation security incident management
  • Compliance

Focused on Results

Our deliverable is a report that will be presented, during our executive briefing, highlighting areas which need to be addressed and the recommended Security Policy Framework necessary for the overall business objectives. This Ignyte assessment will provide your organization with:

  • A Gap Analysis using ISO27001 security standards, and the latest GLBA government requirements.
  • A Gap Analysis using ISO27001 security standards, and the government regulations.
  • Road Map Implementation Strategy that addresses policies, standards, and procedures.
  • Solving Enterprise Risks Through People, Process, and Technology

    Businesses often discover that buying and installing new security software is only a small part of an enterprise security solution. An effective security solution is one in which an organization manages risk, provides effective processes and implements technology for security enablement. Ignyte tailors the approach to meet your specific business requirements to protect your enterprise resources and ensure business continuity.