Information Security Risk Assessment

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Overview

The Information Security Risk Assessment is a Gramm Leach Bliley Act requirement, to be completed on an annual basis. With AdvantageCIO guiding your team through the risk assessment process, it will not only address the regulatory requirement, but it will also answer these questions:

  • What are my organization’s critical technology assets?
  • What types of threats or risks are there to each of these assets?
  • How am I protecting these assets now?
  • Are the protections I have in place now adequate, or should more be considered?

The experts at AdvantageCIO can help guide the entire process, ensuring that all aspects are considered and that the outcome of the exercise is not only marking a compliance check box, but an insightful planning tool for the business.

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The Process

The Process:

  1. ACIO will schedule time to work with you through the initial information collection, including identifying all assets.
  2. We’ll work with you through the self-assessment to detail controls around all identified assets.
  3. We’ll engage 3rd parties as necessary to clarify services provided and controls in place.
  4. Generate a detailed draft report that documents assets, threats/risks, likelihood, controls and their effectiveness, all resulting in a residual risk measurement.
  5. Draft report presentation and Q&A session.
  6. Finalize report and prep for board review.

Timeline

Information Security Risk Assessments generally take 60-90 days from start to finish, however this can depend on several factors, including client size/complexity, resource availability, etc.

Next Steps:

Email info@advantagecio.com and setup a time for an introductory call to discuss our approach to the Information Security Risk Assessment in more detail as well as answer any questions you have. Following the introductory call, AdvantageCIO will provide a detailed statement of work.

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