Business information security Auditor (BISA)
BISA ensures :
Data are viewed and handled only by the authorized end-user). Your BISA SaaS data is stored on a dedicated space of Google infrastructure. Google infrastructure is one of the top secured infrastructures. Your BISA on-premise is covered by your own corporate security. Input and output data are secured (data are only hosted locally on end-user's computer.
BISA complies with the best standards and the best practices (ISO 27001, ISO 27002, ISO 27005, COBIT, CMMI, NIST, and PCI-DSS).
Just complete the questionnaire form. And the solution delivers to you a state of your information security.
Should your business strategy be ongoing or to come, BISA is for you. BISA addresses the business areas you choose. BISA is a solution for small, medium and big businesses. End-users of BISA are both business professionals and information security professionals.
Whatever your business strategy and your organisation culture, BISA is for you. You want to secure the information of one or several business areas; BISA is for you.
No need to be skilled in information security to use BISA. BISA provide an assessment of your information security.
Business information security Auditor
What is the state of your Cyber Security? What should you focus on? Business information security Auditor (BISA) analyses the security maturity of your organization. The Business information security Auditor (BISA) is a gap analysis and risk assessment that utilizes Cyber Security best practices and recognized cyber frameworks to answer these questions surrounding your existing security program. While the BISA is particularly valuable to medium and large businesses, the assessment can benefit organizations of any size. The goal of the BISA is to provide a view of your current security posture, an objective review of existing plans, and a guide to strategic planning. The BISA will also help your organization develop tactical and strategic directions to further mature and strengthen your security program efforts. Not to be forgotten, aligning your security program with the best practices outlined in the assessment better positions your program to meet (and exceed) industry compliance standards.
The BISA assesses compliance with several industry requirements, as well as the following control sets and frameworks:
• Center for Internet Security Top 20 Common Security Controls (CSC20)
• NIST Cyber Security Framework (NIST CSF)
• NIST Special Publication 800-53 (NIST 800-53)
• NIST Special Publication 800-171 (NIST 800-171)
• Department of Energy Cyber Security Capability Maturity Model (DOE-C2M2)
• ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (ISO 27001) Each of these control frameworks map to one another and are designed to provide a structure with which a security program can measure its maturity and effectiveness—now and for the future.
How it work
The Business information security Auditor (BISA) focuses on specific controls that protect critical assets, infrastructure, applications, and data by assessing your organization’s defensive posture. The assessment also emphasizes operational best practices for each control area, as well as the organizational effectiveness and maturity of internal policies and procedures. The BISA can be tailored to align with several different recognized Cyber Security control sets and frameworks based on your organization’s goals, industry, and maturity level. Your assessment will be provided automatically by BISA.