Risk Security Management

Risk and Security Management

Take a Security-by-Design Approach

 

Security-by-design Culture

With organizations becoming increasingly digital, the physical and social dimensions come together in a more tight-knit way than ever before, creating risk for the enterprise.
Security-by-design culture can be promoted, to ensure that customer data, in fact any data being shared in the organization, can be protected sufficiently.

Risk Security Management

Security Architecture with HoriZZon & Enterprise Studio

Holistic View of Risk Management Strategy
Holistic View of Risk Management Strategy

Effectively link your Security Architecture to your Business Model, Strategy, and the overall Enterprise Architecture in order to obtain an integrated view of the organization’s risk management strategy.

Targeted Risk Prevention for Cost Efficiency
Targeted Risk Prevention for Cost Efficiency

Avoid expensive blanket measures with solid risk analysis and intelligent threat modeling capabilities, which assesses preventive measures for cost and effectiveness based on how risk scenarios relate to people, processes, applications, or infrastructure.

Ensure Best Practice
Ensure Best Practice

Easily align your Security Architecture to best practice security standards such as NIST 800-53, Cloud Security Alliance, Open FAIR, SABSA, ISO 27001 and others.

Powerful Analyses & Visualizations
Powerful Analyses & Visualizations

Identify valuable insights via HoriZZon’s powerful analysis engine and publish findings as rich, interactive heat maps and dashboards so that key stakeholders can assess parameters such as vulnerability level, probable loss magnitude, and risk impact.

The essential steps to keep your organization safe in an increasingly dangerous digital environment:

  • Ensure enterprise-wide awareness
  • Align security and risk management with business strategy
  • Analyze your vulnerabilities and risks
  • Take a security-by-design approach
  • Assume you are compromised
Analyze Your Security With Architecture Models