The ever-increasing cyberthreats from terrorist attacks, natural disasters, hackers, and viruses have highlighted the need for organizations to prepare Disaster Recovery and Continuity of Operations plans. CryptoForensics’ experts understand these threats as well as an organization’s essential functions and aim to deliver high availability of systems and infrastructure every day, not just in times of crisis. Using an enterprise-wide approach, we identify essential business functions, assess your state of operations, and then recommend policies to reduce disruptions and risks, train your staff in preparedness techniques, and provide documentation and control for critical systems and networks.
CryptoForensics will ensure that the solution will fit within the overall framework of your risk management and enterprise security requirements, change management practices, incident response policies and procedures, and Certification & Accreditation (C&A) life cycle. Additionally, all CryptoForensics’ solutions meet requirements set forth in several government specifications, including OMB A-130, HSPD 20, DoD 3020.26, and DoDI 3020.45, and further follow NIST guidance for COOP planning (800-34) and testing/training/exercises (800-84).
Our Disaster Recovery and Continuity of Operations Offerings include:
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It is true that growing IT organizations may not have the foundational programs in place to address key areas of security and risk. It is also true that more established organizations may not have updated their existing programs to meet new business and organizational challenges. In either case, it is safe to surmise that the typical organization lacks the proper insight, resources, or knowledge to design or update effective security programs that incorporate best known practices tailored to their organizations.
Organizations that are challenged by compliance requirements (e.g., HIPAA, SOX, PCI DSS, Basel Laws, GLBA, and other regulations) must ensure that the vendors accessing their assets and systems are compliant with the relevant regulations. Like it or not, organizations that lose sight of the fact that when they outsource a function to third parties the ultimate responsibility for all compliance requirements remains with them usually pays a heavy price when things go wrong.
The ever-increasing cyberthreats from terrorist attacks, natural disasters, hackers, and viruses have highlighted the need for organizations to prepare Disaster Recovery and Continuity of Operations plans. CryptoForensics’ experts understand these threats as well as an organization’s essential functions and aim to deliver high availability of systems and infrastructure every day,
As a result several high profile breaches, states have enacted their own laws providing additional protection, including Massachusetts’ 201 CMR 17. Similarly, numerous international laws have been adopted, including the European Directive and Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). Further, more than 50 countries have enacted omnibus data privacy laws covering the private sector, including Mexico’s Federal Law on the Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties.
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Today, most enterprises try to deal with cybersecurity threats by focusing inwardly through conducting vulnerability assessments, making detailed network maps, and in some cases, deploying robust patch management processes to continuously monitor their networks and systems. While this approach provides some benefits, against many cyber threats it's ineffective. Most corporate networks are so large and complex that it's simply too difficult to identify all of their assets, or all of their vulnerabilities, and patch them fast enough. Today's cyber wrongdoers are sophisticated, well-funded, and patient—they use a wide range of techniques to penetrate even well-protected enterprises...