Policies & Standards

Every business needs to have policies and standards to maintain consistent security in their organisation

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In this digital age online presence is the face of your business. Hacking techniques are evolving and the data value is going up, creating a lucrative business for hackers. This is making every business vulnerable. Penetration Testing provides the assurance that your IT infrastructure and Applications are safe.

Not having policies and standards is setting you up for failure

Policies and standards are important in risk management for your organisation. Without policies and standards, you expose your business to vulnerabilities as there is no plan to mitigate risk or lower the potential impact in case of a breach.  

Inconsistent Practices

If policies and standards are not present or updated there will be a variance in how employees carry out certain business tasks and processes. This can create confusion amongst colleagues and also with customers as they have inconsistent experiences with your organisation.

Lack of Accountability

Everyone should have a defined role and responsibility in keeping your business safe. This is extremely difficult to ensure without

Data Breach

43% of insider employees cause data loss. Policies and standards sets the standards of undertaking certain activities. This helps educate individuals of their role and responsibility in upholding of cyber security.

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3Columns has years of experience in helping customers build policies and standards around security and information frameworks such as ASCS8, NIST, COBIT, SABSA, APRA234, PCI. Consultants help ensure compliancy and consistency for your organisation.

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There’s no one size fits all solution when it comes to cyber security services. While some companies install a firewall and think they are safe, we follow a proven 3 step system to ensure your business has the highest level of security possible. 

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