At netlogx, we like to preach that data and information are the lifeblood of any organization. One of the reasons we like to say this is because we approach the management of information and data from a risk management perspective. In the 21st century, products and services are secondary to the money maker that is data.
This is why netlogx places such an emphasis on information management in all of our service areas. Utilizing the experience we have acquired over 21 years of managing data, and combining that experience with the unique needs of our clients, gives us the chance to create project plans and programs that address information management on the front- and back-end of any endeavor.
If your business is subject to legislation surrounding risk management, we make sure you stay compliant. You rest easy knowing we maintain a laser focus on potential risks that are most likely to have the greatest impact. This ensures resources and time will be spent efficiently and productively. netlogx’ risk management services guide your company through the process of setting up and sustaining effective risk management. This involves two primary factors:
- A risk assessment: Risk assessments identify and characterize any potential threats and examine how vulnerable your critical assets are to these specific threats. The risk, for example, could be the likelihood and consequences of certain attacks on specific assets.
- A risk mitigation: Risk mitigation finds ways to reduce risks and then prioritizes risk reduction measures based on an agreed strategy. Our methodology around risk management follows what’s known as a Plan Do Check Act (PDCA), or Shewhart Cycle, approach. It involves a continuous assessment of your company’s risk management picture with improvements made when necessary. This mirrors information management systems such as ISO 27000 and is best practice.
By creating programs that address how information is shared, stored, encrypted, and recovered, an organization already sets itself up for success in the event that their data/information becomes compromised. This can eliminate much of the risk an organization faces when it comes to managing information. Request a consultation today!