Cybersecurity is more than one off tick box exercise; it requires organisations to constantly review and calibrate its existing practices in line with emerging threats and technologies.

Ensuring an effective and dynamic control environment is a vital component to building a strong operating model. However, achieving this, strongly relies on having a clear and shared view of risk throughout the organisation. Transparency regarding key risks, risk policies, and controls are the first key steps.

Companies need to sharpen their focus on IT controls by introducing systems, skilled teams and technologies that leverage both the control function, and the user and customer experience.

Your Challenges

To prevent the organisation being exploited by criminals, Senior Management need to consider the following as priorities on their agenda:

  • Moving away from a Siloed model to a well-connected process developing a single view of risk
  • Adopting a real Cybersecurity risk-based approach considering the firm’s risk appetite, including reputational implications
  • Increasing operational efficiency and security while reducing legacy IT components
  • Having a clear view of the IT Architecture and Application ecosystem across the organisation
  • Safeguarding business reputation and integrity, while building resilience
  • Attracting and retaining a qualified and skilled team to support the function
  • Having a clear understanding of the supply chain and cybersecurity risk exposure
  • Complying with all regulatory requirements and standards

These challenges are not easy to achieve but, having the right level of support and expertise will allow your organisation to effectively tackle these and to increase the maturity and effectiveness of the processes and functions aligned to this task.

How can TORI can help?

We have developed a global Risk Management Framework for the purpose of supporting organisations in forming a comprehensive understanding of Cybersecurity risk and managing those in a holistic and interconnected way that is fit for the future.

Our approach considers Cybersecurity internal and external operation (e.g., Third-parties) as one of the critical components of your Operational Resilience programme.

  • Advisory services
  1. Cybersecurity Independent assessment: To ensure that your cybersecurity ecosystem is sufficient, TORI provides an independent assessment of your security maturity and compliance with standards, to identify possible gaps in your defences
  2. Application Security: Application security is a cornerstone of effective cybersecurity. We provide training, manual source code reviews, and pen-testing to help protect your business applications and infrastructure.
  3. Expert services (SMEs): we have a pool of Cybersecurity SMEs capable of supporting your organisation and who can be deployed on a flexible basis.
  • ​Development & Implementation
  1. ​Finding the right people with the right skillset is a challenge. Using our pool of associates, we can provide support to your team regardless of the challenge.
  • Real-Time Monitoring services
    1. Threat hunting & Intelligence: this is a 24/7 activity and the best way to respond to an attack is to prevent it from happening. Our Threat Intelligence team will monitor the risk that your organisation is expose to such as third-parties, leaked credentials, and corporate activity.
    2. Monitoring: Provide real-time monitoring & data analytics to identify & report a breach. This is an important element of any security operation but is heightened with the requirements from emerging legislation.
    3. Identification Solutions: With 81% of hacking related breaches emanting from stolen and/or weak passwords, the need for a more secure solution is required; real time AI driven Identity and Authentication Solutions, that confirms the users identity from the workplace or at home.
  • ​Training & Education
  1. We provide a range of Cyber training offerings, from Cyber Essentials, Ethical Hacking, Application Developer Training, right through to programmes which use the Information Security policy, as a means of identifying training gaps; training that includes: testing and certification followed up with controlled spear phishing, to test the adoption of the policy with appropriate further follow up activities (e.g. requirement for further training).

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Anton Angione

Head of Emerging Technologies & Security

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