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Information Security

Having your data and information protected is vital for your business.

The role and dependency of technology in business are growing. You can’t imagine running a business without the support of technology. With the increase of that dependency, there comes an increase in exposure to various security vulnerabilities like cyber attacks, data theft etc. Today regardless of the business size, any such incidents got the potential to damage a business’s profit, brand and competitive position. To prevent this, we must first understand the magnitude of this challenge and then based on the business nature we need to build a robust protection mechanism.

Even though part of overall risk management, information security management required a dedicated focus and treatment. At Anitech, our information security management practice, understand these challenges and our consultants guide you with the right advice by assessing your information security management system.

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Information Security The Hacker Methodology

Having your data and information protected is vital for your business.

The Hacker’s Approach:

The last two years have seen a sea change in business strategy, with the consequent knock-on for IT. Businesses have changed their focus to e-commerce and embraced working from home or remote access to their systems. The upshot is a renewed focus on Information Security to ensure that company Intellectual Property is secured as is customer information. Businesses now have a formal Information Security plan.

As with any defence strategy, it is essential to know what the enemy is up to and use that information to prepare your defences against them. Businesses must know how hacker’s operate, and what they can expect from them.

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ISO-27001 Information Security Management System

An Information Security Management System defines and showcases your Company’s approach to information security and privacy. It’s the ethical hacker tool that assists you in identifying and addressing vulnerabilities and cyber threats around your organisation’s sensitive information. ISMS shields your management systems from data breaches and safeguards your enterprise and its valuable assets.

ISO 27001 is an internationally recognised standard that offers businesses strategic solutions to implement robust information management systems. It offers security controls, and requirements organisations must comply with to overcome vulnerabilities like cyber security threats and achieve system security.

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Compliance as a Service

We help you transform into a data-driven ecosystem.

Compliance is conformity, accordance, cooperation, or obedience. In practice within your business: To comply with the rules, laws, and mandates of applicable regulatory bodies.

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Available compliances are ISO/IEC 27001, RFFR, NIST, PCIDSS, VPDSS v2.0, SOC 2, CPS 234.

  • We can help with the standards, conformity, accordance, co-operation and mandates of applicable regulatory bodies.
  • Helping companies improve their data security strategy by providing guidelines and best practices.
  • Establishing Objectives for information securities
  • Information Security policy development
  • Implementing operative controls
  • Information Risk Assessments, Risk Treatments and Risk Acceptance
  • Monitoring, measuring and reviewing performance and effectiveness of ISMS using risk-based approach
  • Continual improvement of the ISMS
  • Helping Companies to implement Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Essential 8, ISO/IEC 27001 or Right Fit For Risk (RFFR) controls

Network Assessment Services

Protecting your IT infrastructure.

A network assessment is a detailed examination of a companies entire IT infrastructure – its routers, switches, and monitors, as well as the businesses security policies, device performance ratings, and management processes. A network assessment can be conducted either proactively or reactively. Companies should undergo proactive network assessments to evaluate the overall health of their IT infrastructure. This allows them to identify areas of improvement and further optimise their networks.

Undergoing a Network Assessment of your businesses IT infrastructure is a proactive way to ensure network security, keep informative safe and protected, and help the operations run as smoothly as possible. If you would like to know more about how a Network Assessment could help your business achieve its information security goals, then please click here.

Penetration Testing

Ensuring that each step in the digital journey compliments to your growth mindset.

As technology solutions develop, so too do the methods cyber-hackers employ to gain unauthorised access to your business’ information security networks. By undergoing a comprehensive penetration testing service of your business’ IT systems, your organisation is ensuring that the confidential information it stores is safeguarded from unauthorised users, and is upholding its reputation in the process.

When a business commissions a penetration test on their networks, a team of IT specialists are commissioned to think and act like a hacker. Under simulated conditions, they attempt to not only gain unauthorised access to a business’ IT networks, but to also ascertain the extent of damage that could be caused in the event of a genuine network breach.

This reconnaissance exercise allows a business to achieve a number of related goals, including identifying potential network weak points, upholding their reputation as a secure business to work with, minimising downtime, and ensuring that the organisation does not have to incur the high costs associated with a genuine network breach.

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Business Continuity Planning

Business Continuity Planning for businesses through Information Management.

Our project approach will include the following:

  • Review an organisation’s Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
  • Review and update the Business Continuity Plan (BCP) based on the outcomes of the BIA and include alignment with municipal emergency management arrangements;
  • Development of critical function/service sub-plans to reflect the BIA;
  • Develop a BCP training and awareness program; and
  • Develop a testing program.

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Preparing The Business Continuity Plan

Business Continuity Planning is not a new concept. It has been around since at least the 1970s when it was known as ‘Disaster Planning’. The fundamental idea is that it is possible to devise plans to keep a company running, even at a minimal level, should anything stop normal operations.

Today, the more friendly term, Business Continuity Planning (“BCP”) is used, while Disaster Planning has become a subset of BCP. There are standards for BCP, the ISO 223XX and equivalent UK and EU standards for example. Some have been developed by industry groups such as ISACA and Federal institutions and councils.

Right now, with a move to e-commerce and implementing work from home and remote access facilities for staff and customers, a company is facing a broader range of risks principally because it is even more critically dependent on its IT infrastructure.

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Business Continuity Post Pandemic

How Business Continuity Has Changed.

The pandemic has added a whole new category of issues that need to be addressed.

Many companies have increased their online presence in the post-pandemic world. Some have moved to e-commerce, and others are now supporting working from home and remote access to the business from staff and customers.

This means that in addition to other crises, IT has moved to become a critical business resource, and is more open to external threats. Partial or total loss, for whatever reason, can be a business killer.

A Business Continuity Plan is an essential tool in business survival today.

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IT Change Management

Anitech can manage your IT Information security or IT Implementation project end-to-end.

This includes helping with:

  • Establishing a Change Management Program for your IT Project.
  • Establishing a Communication program.
  • Managing project governance, risk and compliance.
  • Managing and Board Reports.

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Right Fit For Risk

Ensures system files and confidential data is secured, stored and managed responsibly in non-departmental ICT environments.

Right Fit For Risk (RFFR) is a component of DESE’s External Systems Assurance Framework (ESAF) that ensures system files and confidential data is secured, stored and managed responsibly in non-departmental ICT environments.

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Guidance, based on existing standards, guidelines, and practices to help organizations better manage and reduce cybersecurity risk.

NIST fosters cybersecurity risk management and related communications among both internal and external stakeholders, and for larger organizations, helps to better integrate and align cybersecurity risk management with broader enterprise risk management processes.

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CPS 234

Minimise the likelihood and impact of information security incidents.

This APRA-regulated entity takes measures to be resilient against information security incidents (including cyberattacks) by maintaining information security strategies and capabilities commensurate with information security vulnerabilities and threats.

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