An effective cybersecurity program includes a myriad of policies and procedures, encompassing risk management, incident management, third-party management, regulatory and audit compliance, as well as disaster recovery and business continuity planning. It is difficult to keep up with evolving regulations and best practices that may apply to your organization. Especially given the complex and volatile nature of the environment, and the fact that many risk management teams are juggling competing priorities with limited resources. Our advisory services can help alleviate some of this burden by providing access to Cybersecurity Professionals who leverage proven methodologies and deliver meaningful insight into your security profile.
Tyler Cybersecurity Security Advisors are immersed in the world of cybersecurity every day. We stay one step ahead by constantly sifting through the latest security breaches, advisories, and legislative updates. The information we collect is then interpreted and contextualized in order to give you useful insight, guidance, and counsel that is relevant to your organization.
Establishing cybersecurity policies that fit your business goals and objectives is key to an efficient and effective program. Managerial and institutional processes are needed to support your technology controls, and they provide guidance to your employees, enabling you to successfully mitigate risk and limit exposure. Tyler Cybersecurity can support your planning and policy development on a variety of topics, including:
Assessing and managing your cybersecurity risk takes considerable thought and effort. Based on NIST 800-30 Revision 1, and informed by a host of regulatory, industry, and international standards, Tyler Cybersecurity’s suite of risk assessments can help you assess, prioritize, and manage your organization’s security risks through an understanding of your business processes, the existing control framework, and the criticality of the asset. Learn more about our risk assessment services by clicking below.
There are a variety of regulatory compliance standards out there that serve a broad cross-section of industry verticals. One of the reasons they exist is to protect non-public personal information (NPPI) such as medical records, financial records, credit card numbers, etc. from being disclosed and/or compromised. Tyler Cybersecurity offers a range of regulatory compliance assessments that cover many Federal and State regulations. Click on the regulation below for more information.
Cybersecurity resilience is not just limited to your internal processes and technologies. Many organizations rely on third-party service providers to perform or support critical operations. Proper oversight of your third-party service providers, including Technology Service Providers (TSPs) is essential. You can outsource the function, but never the responsibility or the risk. Tyler Cybersecurity can help you set-up an effective Service Provider Management Program, document controls, and manage the cybersecurity assessment process.
Increasing reliance on external information systems has led to a daily explosion of threats targeting recently discovered vulnerabilities. Tyler Cybersecurity’s Cybersecurity Resilience Assessment helps you determine your organization’s current level of cybersecurity preparedness. Tyler Cybersecurity Advisors can help guide you through the process using either the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, designed to help organizations of every type and size manage their cybersecurity risk, or the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) Cybersecurity Assessment Tool, developed for financial institutions. Learn more by clicking below.