CyberSecurity Services: Swascan supports companies

Cybersecurity service: Swascan proposition

Security Management has become, over the past few years, an essential aspect to consider for companies. Organizations can not afford to underestimate the impacts of a bad Security Management: loss of reputation, stop of the normal activities of the company, fines,…

In this regard, Swascan offers a various range of solutions useful to to face Security Management issues. Through specialized and extremely professional consultations, Swascan allows companies to achieve the goal of a correct Risk and Security Management and Compliance with current laws as well. In order to have a full overview of Swascan consultancy services, here you can find the CyberSecurity Service brochure.

 

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Security Management: a professional point of view

As a guarantee of professionalism, Swascan has among its founders Raoul Chiesa: Italian CyberSecurity expert, known worldwide for his knowledge in cybersecurity, hacking and cyber-crime. He is a member of several European and International governmental and non-governmental security organizations. Here’s a video of Raoul explaining Swascan innovative soul:

Security Management

Security Management

Security Management considers several aspects:

  1. Security Governance:
    • Definition of the organization, the required processes and controls to correctly manage corporate security;
    • Definition and implementation od security frameworks to control and manage risks;
    • Infrastructure protection, data protection, digital identity and practical security management;
    • Responsive Security – security emergency management, design and implementation of monitoring security systems, definition of operational continuity plans and disaster recovery.
  2. ICT Security:
    • Design and implementation of solutions to manage the life cycle of digital identities and their related rights and access autorisation profiles;
    • Design and implementation of solutions for the collection, connection and monitoring of the logging information required to detect security anomalies, violations and accidents;
    • Design and implementation of solutions to enforce authentication procedures to access corporate applications and to improve the security of corporate infrastructures.
  3. Information Security:
    • Implementation of regulations (politics, guide lines, procedures, rules, standards) to guarantee the security of the company information asset.
    • Development of the ISMS (Information Security Management System) as a support to the ISO 27001 international security certification.
    • Creation and development of a portal that manages and spreads information security – related regulations and knowledge.

Risk Management

Risk ManagementOn the other hand, Risk Management, divides itself into:

  1. Risk Analysis:
    • Analysis and Assessment of the security system maturity level in order to identify the perfect security strategy;
    • Definition and implementation of corporate Risk Assessment plans;
    • Definition and implementation of corporate Risk Management plans;
    • Identification of a Security Plan through risk analysis, implementation of technical and organizational countermeasures and gap analysis.
  2. Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration test:
    • Ethical hacking activities (vulnerabilty assessment and penetration test) to verify the security of systems and infrastructures;
    • Source code analysis of the applications through Code Auditing and Code Review techniques.
    • Owasp Testing;
    • Scada security Testing.
  3. Incident and Crisis Management:
    • Design and development of procedures, implementation of Business Impact Analysis and Evaluation;
    • Development, writing and implementation of Business Continuity plans and Disaster Recovery;
    • Design of the organizational model for crisis and emergency management.

Compliance Management

Compliance Management

Compliance Management is structured as follows:

  1. Compliance & Policy:
    • Definition of the corporate Security Policy Framework (politics, guide lines, procedures, rules, standards);
    • Solutions to support companies in the path to regulation compliance in terms of security (BS7799/ISO27001, ISO15408, D.L. 196/03);
    • Analysis of the procedures and the IT systems with IT Audit methods (COBIT).
  2. GDPR Compliance:
    • GAP ANALYSIS = Allows to identify and measure regulatory and operational gaps with the GDPR;
    • REGULATORY COMPLIANCE = Definition of a structured and organic plan to face legal, organizational and functional aspects;
    • TECHNOLOGIC COMPLIANCE = Implementation of the required technologic solutions to comply to GDPR.
  3. Awareness:
    • Information Security multimedia training courses;
    • GDPR multimedia training courses;
    • 231 multimedia training courses.

Security Management: value proposition

Swascan Cybersecurity

Here’s Swascan value proposition in terms of Security Management.

Security Management: Framework

Cybersecurity framework

Swascan CyberSecurity Framework is based on the famous “Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” proposed by the NIST.

Swascan ensures corporate Business Security management:

  • Effective
  • Efficient
  • Sustainable
  • Coherent

to the company environment.

The approach of this framework is not related to technologic standards but it is related to Risk Analysis.