Information Protection: Process & Procedures
In NIST CSF, Information Protection is closely tied to the ‘Identify’ function by helping organizations classify and prioritize sensitive data and extends into the ‘Protect’ function by implementing safeguards and controls to secure that information.
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Navigating the complexities of information protection, evolving threats, and compliance can be daunting. Let us simplify it for you with our expert cybersecurity services, up-to-date threat knowledge, and tailored, cost-effective solutions.
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How it works:
Recognize the critical data assets integral to your operations.
Categorize data based on sensitivity and importance, ensuring suitable protection levels.
Implement tailored measures and policies to guard classified data against unauthorized access and potential breaches.
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Our managed GRC (Governance, Risk, and Compliance) services assist in crafting policies and procedures while identifying project opportunities that promote information protection best practices. Ensuring these best practices is paramount to maintaining the integrity and security of sensitive data.
Our team can provide subject matter expert guidance on data classification implementation and optimization via vendor risk assessments, user education, and personalized recommendations for data labeling and data loss prevention.
We have a variety of security policy templates we customize to your organization. We aim to set all customers up with essential security policies commonly requested in most vendor, cyber insurance, or compliance questionnaires. As your MSP/MSSP, we can have many of these policies just a quick review and signature away from speedy publication.
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