Evaluation and recommendations for better management of risks, compliance and governance
Risk Management and Compliance Services help you evaluate your existing security practices—including payment card industry (PCI) security, identity and IT regulatory compliance needs and gaps— against your business requirements and objectives. Our skilled security specialists provide recommendations to help you make more informed decisions about allocating your resources to better manage security risks and compliance. We can deliver a wide range of capabilities—from security program development, to regulatory and standards compliance, to security education and training.
Our security consultants, managed security services, and cloud-based security services offer a broad range of security expertise
We provide an objective evaluation of your security controls, mechanisms and goals, based on proven best practices
We help you develop an actionable plan for optimizing IT resources and better managing for compliance
Services we offer
Use the new NIST Cybersecurity Framework to better protect your critical infrastructure assets
Enhance your security posture with robust gap assessments, readiness reviews and remediation reports
Identify IT security vulnerabilities to help mitigate IT risk
Assess your security and technical controls to help you prepare for and pass security audits
Identify IT security vulnerabilities to help mitigate business risk
Better address evolving regulatory requirements and help protect your business from growing threats
Understand the issues
Fortifying for the Future
Insights from the 2014 IBM CISO Assessment
2015 Cost of Data Breach Study
How do you deal with a data breach?
Assess. Respond. Prevent.
2015 Cyber Security Intelligence Index
Get a better understanding of the current threat landscape.
Understand the options
Building a Security Operations Center
Learn how to optimize your security intelligence to better safeguard your business from threats
Security Incident Response Plan That Actually Works
Top ten mistakes which security organizations make with their Computer Security Incident Response Plans