SECURITY
MANAGEMENT

ISMS Implementation

The ISMS Implementation (Information Security Management System) service is a guideline for managing and mitigating security risks associated with digital information.

It consists of a set of policies and procedures aimed at managing the risks of the company’s information system, safeguarding against threats such as cyber attacks, system breaches, data leaks or theft.

Organizations that adopt an Information Security Management System prioritize the protection of three core aspects of information:

  • Confidentiality: Ensuring that sensitive information remains inaccessible to unauthorized individuals.
  • Integrity: Safeguarding information from any unauthorized alteration or tampering.
  • Availability: Ensuring that authorized users have uninterrupted access to information resources.

These objectives are achieved by setting the basic principles for:

  • Physical security measures.
  • Technical security measures regarding user management, authentication protocols, secure communication channels, logging practices, and backup procedures.
  • Organizational security measures focusing on defining staff roles and responsibilities, conducting staff training, implementing procedures for managing security incidents, overseeing external partner engagements, and establishing protocols for secure data disposal.

By adhering to these principles, organizations can effectively fortify their information security posture, thereby minimizing vulnerabilities and enhancing overall resilience against potential threats.

Benefits
for the company