IT Security Risk Management

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LufSec Risk Management Services helps organizations to better manage cyber risk while discovering new opportunities to create value.

We offer a complete information security risk management solution that fits your organization needs.

Outsourced Risk Management

With outsourced risk management services we can provide you risk identification, risk analysis, risk assessments (project assessments, vendor assessments, case scenarios, site audit) risk response, monitoring, control, dashboard, risk register management or implementation. LufSec have all the necessary tools to manage your risk and help organizations to take smart risk decisions, or we can use your own processes and tools.

Risk Framework Development

If you want to implement an IT Risk Management program LufSec advisory services can help your organization to fully implement it, from strategy to modeling and operationalizing it. We can guide you through all different framework approaches (ISO, NIST, COBIT, FedRAMP) to implement it purely or mixing them to fit your organizational culture.

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Importance of IT Security Risk Management on Organizations

The objective of performing security risk management is to enable the organization to accomplish its mission(s) by securing the IT systems that store, process, or transmit organizational information; by enabling well informed risk management decisions to justify the expenditures that are part of an IT budget; and by assisting management in authorizing (or accrediting) the IT systems on the basis of the supporting documentation resulting from the performance of risk management. Security risk management is the process that allows IT managers to balance the operational and economic costs of protective measures and achieve gains in mission capability by protecting the IT systems and data that support their organizations’ missions. IT security spending must be reviewed as thoroughly as other management decisions. A well-structured risk management methodology, when used effectively, can help management identify appropriate controls for providing the mission-essential security capabilities.