Key Challenges Addressed
In order to effectively implement a cyber security and compliance framework, organizations must have the skills and cyber security expertise in place to implement a vast amount of controls covering the systems, networks and services within their operating context and different technologies.
To ensure this is not a tick box exercise or something that provides a false sense of security, this often requires specific expertise within areas such as operating multi-cloud and hybrid cloud and, for critical infrastructure organizations, Operational Technology (OT).
Combine these requirements with the need to implement controls in areas such as compliance, security operations, penetration testing, incident management and cyber security make implementing frameworks a complex program or project.
This typically results in higher operational overheads as well as additional complexity in implementing control frameworks and achieving certification. In turn, organizations may also lack certainty on the costs of such initiatives, with no guarantee of successful certification.
Once the certification is achieved, there can be additional challenges in ensuring that management systems are properly handled and that security controls are effectively utilized to drive maturity and business value. This is often a missed opportunity, where gaps in control objectives under particular security standards may discourage organizations from seeking to meet other compliance frameworks in the future.
Here are just some of the benefits of trusting Bridewell to assist with your Cyber Security Frameworks
Meet (or Exceed) Compliance Standards in Your Sector
From ISO27001 to the NCSC Cyber Assessment Framework and everything in between, we offer the industry accreditations, expertise and people to help you optimize your security stance.
Provide Assurance to Clients, Stakeholders and Customers
Demonstrate your commitment to best practice and make cyber security your competitive advantage.
Guaranteed Outcomes and Cost
Bridewell will guarantee certification contractually and will not exceed agreed budget in achieving it.
Support in Choosing the Right Framework
If your organisation isn’t certain on which framework is most appropriate to your needs, Bridewell can advise based on our years of industry experience.
“The project has been very successful, but we recognise that getting the certification is only the first step. Bridewell has been a valuable addition to our team over the last six months."
- Hiten Kacha, IT Manager of Attraqt.
Bridewell Provides Expertise to Achieve IS027001 Accreditation
As one of the UK's largest independent cyber security service providers, we're trusted by some of the most highly regulated organisations to protect their data, reputation and business. With our industry-leading certifications and our customer-centric approach, we're optimally positioned to provide end-to-end cyber security services tailored to your business' individual needs.
- Agile and Responsive Delivery
- Strategic Insight and Technical Expertise
- An Extension of Your Team
- Flexible Commercial Models
- Trusted by Microsoft
- 24x7 MDR & Security Operations Center
- Dedicated to Cybersecurity
- Cybersecurity for the Wider Good
- Committed to Sustainability
- Developing Cyber Skills for the Future
Here are some commonly asked questions about Cyber Security Frameworks. If you’d like to learn more speak to one of our team.
A cyber security framework is a set of guidelines and best practices that help organizations protect their information assets from cyber threats. By following a cyber security framework, they can implement effective security controls and countermeasures to reduce the risk of a successful cyber attack.
The most popular cyber security framework is the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework. This framework provides guidance on how to identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover from a cyber attack.
A cyber security framework should be updated regularly to ensure that it is effective and up to date. The frequency of updates will depend on the specific framework and who is using it, but it is generally recommended that a framework be updated at least annually.
In some cases, more frequent updates may be necessary to keep up with the rapidly changing landscape of cyber threats.
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