Information security services
The role of information is growing continuously in the economy. In most cases, data in a company worths more than their other assets. Losing it, or being siezed by unauthorized hands would not only mean direct financial damage, but it would also endanger the good reputation and image of the company and may also cause the company to close its gates.
In order to ensure better security, as a first step, we always evaluate the current status. SmartSet offers help with an information security assessment, during which we do a simplified audit, aimed at exploring the IT environment of the client based on security viewpoints, in order to suggest solutions for accrued deficiencies.
Our colleagues apply COBIT methodology to determine whether the IT systems satisfy common practice, the requirements of the corporation, or prevailing legislative regulations.
IT security regulation control regarding organizations
ISO 27001 training
The value of Information data is often a significant and defining value in the operation of a company. It requires just as much serious protection as any other asset, if not more. The first and most important step in protection is regulation and control. The ISO 27000 family of standards encompasses the operation of a company, its management and inspection, viewed from an information security perspective. ISO 27001 is a widely accepted and applied international standard for information security management systems (ISMS). The introduction of this standard provides a base for building adequate information security protection. The standard was made in such a way that eases interconnection with other management standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, which allow organizations to develop largely integrated management systems.
The advantages of certification:
If an Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) is already introduced at the company, we can examine the existing regulations and their implementation to ensure that the company meets the official requirements. The steps are the following, with regards to standard compliance: