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ISO 27001 1 big thing: Meet expected timelines for customer output and reports, based upon findings per customer objectives.

The big picture: Oversee that your strategy develops and conducts an annual risk assessment to evaluate security and compliance risks across your organization, and oversees quarterly updates.

Why it matters: Oversee the security of products (Secure Systems Development Life Cycle) including Threat Modeling and Application Security Testing (Code reviews, vulnerability testing, and penetration testing).

State of play: Operationalize the analysis and delivery of findings, solutions, or engagements to internal stakeholders with impactful, comparative, interpretative security analysis in a clear, consistent, and factual manner.

Yes, but: Make sure your personnel uses broad and deep security knowledge and technical auditing skills to help ensure risks are appropriately identified, assessed, and articulated.

The backdrop: Ensure you have involvement with ISO 27001 or SOC 2 security controls and understand how they are applied by security and engineering teams.

Go deeper: Make headway so that your team is involved in security incident response activities that includes responding in a manner that identifies, contains and remediates threats to the business.

What they’re saying: “Lead programs and processes to manage and deploy security controls to support business needs and minimize risk, and monitor the emergence of new threats and vulnerabilities, assessing impacts and driving responses as appropriate., Chase P. – Security Consultant, US NPO

How it works: Warrant that your process coordinates disaster recovery, business continuity and incident response planning to ensure effective protection and recovery of information services, organization data and business operations.

Under the hood: Guarantee your workforce analyzes trends and changes in threat and compliance environment with respect to organizational risk; advises organization management and develops and executes plans for compliance and mitigation of risk; performs risk and compliance self-assessments, and engages and coordinates third-party risk and compliance assessments.



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What to watch: Ensure your organization needs in depth knowledge, skill, and involvement in designing, building, and maintaining highly secure, always on (high consequence), large scale distributed systems.

The bottom line: Conduct a thorough review of the organizations adherence to regulation guidelines, such as HIPAA, FISMA, SOX, PCI DSS, GDPR, ISO 27001 and 20000, and COBIT.

What’s next: Ensure your staff is creating an enterprise wide action plan to protect organization and client information, monitor cyber threats, and manage information security incidents.

ICYMI: Safeguard that your staff guides the completion of specific programs and projects relating to the subject matter; with no direction, provides expert support, analysis, and research into exceptionally complex problems and processes relating to the subject matter.



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