Business Process - Process Improvement
Full business process transparency is core and a prerequisite for determining an appropriate course of action for improving your information security. Our business process consultants help you to gain these insights, advice and discuss with you best business practices, and create the business cases as well as the implementation roadmap together with you.
Business Process - Compliance Pressures
Legislative requirements have refocused attention on corporate governance. Technology forms part of the answer to these compliance drivers, resulting in the IT aspects of that governance have never been more complex. Reports for access need to be real time and support historical reporting. Whether you need to detect the impacts on updating your RBAC model or see who modified the role model, compliance and audit demands are only increasing.
No matter what your legislative or elective governance framework (SOX, GLB, HIPAA, European Data Protection Directive, Basel II, BS 7799) we offer a fast track to a coherent security policy. Gaining agreement from all stakeholders (business, audit, IT security, etc) is expedited by tailoring our security templates to your needs.
The number one reason for failure o f and I&AM project is project governance: from the board to the project manager, the vision and mandate needs to be clear. Our project managers can either lead the implementation project or work together with the in house programme manager, based on comprehensive project management knowledge and experience. At intragen, we invest heavily to ensure that all aspects of project management runs as it should.
Our security consulting and policy services are delivered by consultants who have the wealth of experience in IT security and policy our customers demand in this cornerstone of their IT architecture. With data breaches on the rise, it is not a question of if you have a data breach, but when your data breaches become public knowledge. What price does your company put on the company image and reputation? As much of our work comes from companies who have learned this the hard way, why not re duce this risk before it is too late?