Security can be complex, tricky to implement and hard to make sticky. What does my business need to do to be secure, protect its assets and its users, and get ahead of the growing threats out there? No matter in which phase you are in your organizational growth, we can work closely together to navigate through a security path that’s appropriate, pragmatic and impactful, helping identify and action the right security initiatives, aligning them with your business priorities.
Where do I start? How do I prioritize? What’s important to secure my business and products? How do I make a case internally for security budget? These are questions we help find (the right) answers to, every day, helping organizations create the most impact, making the most of the time and resources invested in their information security related efforts.
Our approach is always along the lines of helping build internal security capabilities, while maintain the ability to flexibly gain access to specific security focus area expertise, when needed and as needed.
For small to medium organizations with limited, or no internal security capabilities, we provide security-as-a-service solutions, and help where it makes sense to build up internal security and privacy by design knowhow and expertise. This can be, starting a security practice the right way, bringing in information security officer as a service expertise to help them start, and provide security assessments and testing services, as well as ad hoc specialized security and privacy advice and services, as they grow.
For large, mature organizations, that have established practices, we help grow their security teams with talent from the global security community, help bring in specific capabilities improvements, get access to interim security specialists and complement their internal efforts with capacity building. We also help benchmark the industry to attract, retain and better empower their internal people grow and thrive, as well as aid with understanding the market and better position their security products, and where it makes sense, grow through M&A.