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IT Policy

INFORISK™ helps in design and implementation of IT Policy for organizations based on business strategy and industry best practice. To align and partner with clients to assess existing IT policy, to provide gap analysis and remediation recommendations.
 
  • Create industry best practice policy to align with business and organization policy
  • Provide gap analysis of the existing organization policy compared to best practices or subsidiaries
  • Identify key data sources and business work flows to establish policy guidelines
  • Reviewing with key stakeholders to do viability study
  • Provide best practice remediation recommendations
  • Finalizing and drafting in company policy documents

Governance

Governance function provides structured management and strategic thinking to the data risk management program to ensure that constant value is provided to the organization. The governance portion of this function establishes the operational requirements that include competency models, organizational structure, metrics and measures for analysis of business processes provided by the program, and operational processes.


The KPIs of INFORISK™ governance include:
 
  • Cost of data risk management activities
  • Maturity of competency models and their accuracy to meet business needs and requirements
  • Organizational feedback on the effectiveness of the data risk management program

Training & Awareness

You must fortify a foundation for data risk training that does more than simply spread data risk awareness – it demands active and informed participation from your entire team.
 
Inform.
Ignorance is the biggest threat to your organization. If your team isn’t thoroughly educated on the standards, innovations and headlines in data risk, your organization has policy in place. Informing and educating should be both robust and regular to keep up with the latest guidelines and trends.
 
Involve.
Don’t protect your data simply from a regulatory compliance perspective. Those compliance-driven “data sessions” aren’t going to engage your employees, to wake them up enough to care about. Make your data easy to understand. Break it down into concise, actionable and practical points. Make it personal: Clearly convey how each team member is part of this important initiative, directly relating consequences to their careers, their families and their day-to-day lives.
 
Inspire.
Don’t let your data assurance training become the project, meeting or event your team dreads. You don’t want your employees yawning through bland PowerPoint presentations and checking what they’ve “learned” at the door. You want them absorbing and retaining the data. You want them proactively and passionately following through with their respective responsibilities and action items.

Risk Assessment

Supplier Risk Assessment
 
  • Evaluate the risk ranking strategy and approach
  • Perform industry best practice due diligence and compliance
    1. Partner to understand the inventory of the suppliers
    2. Supplier On Site Risk Assessment
    3. Leverage INFORISK™ standard templates for data capture and risk reporting
  • Use INFORISK™ “follow the DATA”™ consulting services
Application Risk Assessment
 
  • Partner to understand the inventory of the applications
  • Evaluate the risk ranking approach
  • Perform industry best practice due diligence
    1. IT Controls Gap Analysis
    2. Vulnerability Analysis
    3. Penetration Testing
    4. Leverage INFORISK™ standard templates for data capture and risk reporting
  • Use INFORISK™ “follow the DATA”™ consulting services
IT Audit
 
  • Partner to understand the scope of audit
  • Perform industry best practice due diligence
    1. SOX Testing and reporting
    2. SOC 2 audits
    3. Leverage INFORISK™ standard templates for data capture and risk reporting
  • Use INFORISK™ “follow the DATA”™ consulting services
For risk assessments to yield meaningful results, certain key principles must be considered. A risk assessment should begin and end with specific business objectives that are anchored in key value drivers. These objectives provide the basis for measuring the impact and probability of risk ratings. Governance over the assessment process should be clearly established to foster a holistic approach and a portfolio view—one that best facilitates responses based on risk ratings and the organizations overall risk appetite and tolerance. Finally, capturing leading indicators enhances the ability to anticipate possible risks and opportunities before they materialize. With these foundation principles in mind, the risk assessment process can be periodically refreshed to deliver the best possible insights.

Professional Services

Leveraging outside expertise can outfit your business with the agility necessary to compete effectively while keeping up with the relentless demands of an ever-evolving market. Based on many years of experience across diverse industries, our Professional services are designed to complement your company’s unique business objectives and meet your technical challenges head-on.
 
At INFORISK™, we attribute our continued success to our ability to translate our key strengths into tangible benefits for our partners and clients.
 
For the last two decades, we’ve built a pool of innovative, experienced and highly skilled IT and Data risk management professionals. Our expert professional services allow your business to dip into that pool of talented data risk management consultants, project/program managers, business analysts, architects, implementation leads, developers, testers and support personnel.
 
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  • Onsite & Offshore
  • Hybrid
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