Get ready for cyber attack!
Ciptor use Cyber Drill, a service to keep your users familiar with threats and information technology risk. We simulate and measure attack scenarios with various forms of the threats and cyber drill techniques. With our simulations of attack you will be able to measure the security awareness in your organisation. We can help you and your users to effectively reduce the number of security issues in your business.
Ciptor have designed a cyber security concept that will make it easy for your business to understand the needs in your business to make it possible to increase the cyber security awareness.
Global there is an increasing awareness and requirement to move away from the traditional Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) Hype Cycle to a more productive and effective solution built around an integrated Risk Management Solution (IRMS).
Companies can no longer afford to simply aim for compliance, as this is usually a poor indicator of low risk. Compliance simply states effort and awareness, with little or no relevance to real-world risk management and implementation. Hence the move towards integrated risk management solutions that addresses actual corporate risk, where solutions are integrated instead of point solutions that addresses individual aspects of risk only.
Following a Gartner survey that 65% of CEOs believe that risk management is falling behind, Gartner has announced an initiative to launch a new Market Guide from 2016 specifically for IRMS that will address seven RMS market segments:
- operational risk management (ORM)
- IT risk management (ITRM)
- business continuity management planning (BCMP)
- IT vendor risk management (VRM)
- audit management (AM)
- corporate compliance & oversight (CCO)
- enterprise legal management (ELM)
Risk management has focused too much on Governance and Compliance, leaving behind the principles of addressing real-world risks, exposing the operational longevity of companies that fail to cater for a rapid changing risk environment measured against digital risk and exposure. Companies are spending in increasing amount ($80 Billion+ in 2016) on Information Security, while digital criminals are spending less and less to earn increasingly higher returns due to decrease in equipment cost and processing power.
Most companies already have the latest hype solutions around firewalls, DLP etc, either as point solutions or an integrated ‘fabric’ that aims to integrate security into a single vendor platform. So why/how is all the security still failing?
Simple. Target the weakest link in security.