Governance Risk & Compliance
Governance Risk & Compliance
Ataya & Partners has developed a unique approach to the management and governance of technology and information security. We focus on raising the levels of governance and information security capability, while lowering their costs.
The Governance, Risk and Compliance service provides customized support for clients seeking to manage exposure to security risks. The core elements are risk identification and evaluation, using relevant criteria for each client’s business. Threats are assessed in terms of their potential impact on the business, resulting in a focused, well-balanced action plan.
Key Benefits of the Service
Improved Decision Making
More Opitmal IT Investments
Elimination of Silos
Reduced Fragmentation among Departments
Our approach to GRC combines best practice consulting methodology, risk-based reporting, quality assurance principles underpinned by the extensive experience of our consultants. A typical engagement will focus on an organisations compliance obligations, its operating context, information technology strategy and the construct of its information assets.
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As the CIO activities are becoming more and more complex, we are providing assistance in CIO-related activities. This service is composed of (but is not limited to**) External Supplier Management (manage purchases, monitoring and control of suppliers, manage the budget), Application and Business Process Management, Operations Management and Incidents Management Monitoring, Governance and Strategic Direction Steering.
As your business evolves, your cyber security measures must keep up. We’ll make sure you understand your assets and biggest risks, whether it’s keeping customer data safe or looking after your own intellectual property. And we’ll see you have the right policies and systems for managing them.
We’ll help you design your compliance effort to focus on the assets, data, technology, processes and people that matter most, making your security match your ambition, you’ll keep the cost under control.
Governance, Risk & Compliance
Information Security Policy& Procedure Development
Detailed Gap Assessment and implementation/remediation plans
BCP / DRP Strategies and Plans (Business Continuity Plan and a Disaster Recovery Plan)
Cyber Threat & Risk Assessment
Data Classification& Risk Treatment
Security Strategy & Architecture
Information Security Strategy & Roadmap
Information Security Solutions Benchmarks
Information Security Architecture
Business Process Maturity Assessment
Business Process Redesign and Transformation
Cloud Computing Security Governance
Cloud Computing Migration Strategy & Roadmap
Why Do You Need GRC ?
Enterprises are facing a full range of problems in line with the governance of their IT:
- Too little value from business-IT investments
- Too much risk for the return we are getting
- Slow decision making
- Project overruns and delays
- Lack of stability, availability, protection and recoverability
- Lack of capacity to identify a potential security risk
- Lack of capacity to respond to a potential security risk
- Compliance surprises
These problems all cost enterprises time and money. This cost is especially painful in tough economic times when people are losing jobs at the same time that this waste is building up and revenue opportunities are being lost.Book a Meeting
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Ataya & Partners has strong expertise in IT Governance
Solvay Business School
Official auditor of the Belgian Government to approve e-ID; Our client was the first to be certified eIDAS; ISO 27001 project for organization of more than 10.000 employees, ...
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Our approach to GRC combines best practice consulting methodology, risk based reporting, quality assurance principles underpinned by the extensive experience of our consultants. A typical engagement will focus on an organisations compliance obligations, its operating context, information technology strategy and the construct of its information assets.