Why know your level of safety?
The General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (GDPR) not only has important implications for data privacy, but also several provisions that specifically concern data security. Therefore, companies are expected to monitor and maintain sufficient awareness of cyber security threats and vulnerabilities so that they can assess the risk and respond accordingly.
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The combination of external cyber intelligence and vulnerability identification offered by Namirial Cyber Defence’s Cyber Threat Assessment services is a great help in vulnerability management and incident response processes. The analyses carried out by our services allow us to test, verify and evaluate the effectiveness of technical and organisational measures by identifying the cyber threats to which the company is subject.
SECURITY IS REQUIRED BUT IS ALSO A LEGAL NECESSITY
Art. 32 of the GDPR, par 1, letter d: obligation for companies to implement processes…to “assess the effectiveness of [the] security of the processing”.
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Cyber Threat Assessment (CTA)
The cyber threat assessment service can detect cyber threats, incidents within the organisation and vulnerabilities of exposed systems and services on the public network.
This type of analysis is based on techniques of external cyber intelligence and does not involve the installation of any software at the customer, studying in depth:
• exposure of the attack surface
• technical vulnerabilities of systemsi
• data breach
• malware infections
• file sharing over peer-to-peer protocols and more
The reports produced by the analysis can support the company in identifying and/or preventing violations of data useful for implementing actions aimed at mitigating the IT risk, thus safeguarding their business.
Specifically, the cyber threat assessment service allows you to:
• Discovering and remedying related cyber threats
to malware infections
• Check leaked credentials (data breach).
• Recognize data breaches through deep web analysis.
• Identify dangerous and/or infringing data transfers.
copyright on peer-to-peer networks.
• Identify and prioritise vulnerability remediation.
Security Diligence (SD)
Cyber Threat Assessment
The Security Diligence service combines the company’s Cyber Threat Assessment service’s cyber threat assessment with a self-assessment survey to provide to the company an assessment of its adequacy on:
• security policies and procedures used for information security
• security of the company’s network and premises,
• training in employee security and other security measures used for data protection.
The service uses two different surveys that meet GDPR requirements to provide critical security controls to small and medium-sized organizations in the public and private sectors.
The result of this analysis consists of a synthetic score for the areas assessed and final recommendations suggesting the controls that should be implemented by the organization to achieve an adequate level of security with respect to what is required by GDPR regulations and international security standards.