A materialized threat is a risk. Risk is the possibility of something adverse happening that will impact confidentiality, availability and/or integrity of critical information assets. Risk management is the process of assessing risk, taking steps to reduce risk to an acceptable level and maintaining that level of risk. Risk management involves risk assessment and risk mitigation. Primary objective of risk analysis is to determine cost-effective safeguards or controls that will reduce risks to an acceptable level. Our approach to risk assessment is based on ISO 27005 and ISO 31000 Risk Management Standards.Contact us
Security Rule § 164.308(a)(1)(ii)(A) of HIPAA compliance requires that orgnanizations must perofrm a risk analysis. The purpose of a risk assessment is to identify conditions where ePHI could be disclosed without proper authorization, improperly modified, or unavailable when needed. The outcome of risk assessment information is then used to make risk management decisions on whether the HIPAA-required implementation specifications are sufficient or what additional addressable implementation specifications are needed to reduce risk to an acceptable level.
The HIPAA compliance assessment is performed using guidelines as prescribed in the Security Standards for the Protection of Electronic Protected Health Information (the Security Rule). The HIPAA assessment report includes a comprehensive and detailed list of findings and recommendations regarding the implementation of Administrative, Physical, and Technical Safeguards as prescribed by the HIPAA Security Rule.Contact us
IAM assessment utilizes a proprietary framework to evaluate organization’s current IAM maturity by conducting series of onsite workshops to review current business drivers and priorities. Our risk-based methodology leverages capability maturity model to assess current capabilities. Outcome of the engagement provides an assessment report with a capability maturity model and roadmap definition based on key business drivers and organizations priorities. A typical engagement is a combination of onsite workshops and data collection and offsite analysis, report generation and presentation.Contact us
Whether an organization is implementing a new IAM solution or migrating from an existing one; home-grown or swapping vendors, IAM gap analysis and readiness assessment will address the common pitfalls that are often overlooked. Our structured risk-based assessment methodology helps define an optimum approach to a successful implementation roadmap. Outcome of the engagement provides a detailed gap analysis heat-map index scorecard, roadmap definition and a readiness report. A typical engagement is a combination of onsite workshops and data collection and offsite analysis, report generation and presentation.Contact us
Today’s organizations are dealing with various regulatory compliance challenges pertaining to identity governance and entitlement certification. An automated solution could address the current shortcomings. However, value proposition of such solution is often fully not materialized due to lack of readiness to make the required transition. Our structured risk-based assessment methodology helps identify the gaps and readiness before embarking on automation. Outcome of the engagement provides a detailed gap analysis heat-map index scorecard and a readiness report. A typical engagement is a combination of onsite workshops and data collection and offsite analysis, report generation and presentation.Contact us
Role-based access control (RBAC) is becoming the norm for managing entitlements within commercial systems and applications. RBAC can play a significant role in establishing a model for enforcing security as it simplifies entitlement management. Common pitfall when implementing a role-based application or an Identity Management solution is that roles become an afterthought. Role definition and role engineering services helps to define roles by performing role engineering utilizing top-down, bottom-up or a hybrid model. Our structured role engineering methodology utilizing commercial tools helps define optimum role definition. Customer is responsible for approving roles and entitlements before a report can be produced. Outcome of the engagement provides a detailed role analysis report and a method to maintain ongoing role lifecycle management.Contact us