Cybersecurity governance is a fundamental element of any effective cybersecurity program, it is important in cybersecurity, as it describes the policies and processes which determine how organizations detect, prevent, and respond to cyber incidents
There are different Cybersecurity governance frameworks depending on the business domain. CYBRIXS experts will help clients to achieve the required framework.
PCI DSS IMPLEMENTATION
Partnered with a UK’s PCI QSA firm to provide implementation services within MENA region:
PCI ASV VAPT Scanning
PCI Gap Assessment
PCI DSS Advisory Services and Guidance
Security Remediation Services
Final Review and PCI DSS Certification
ISO 27001 IMPLEMENTATION
Our ISO27001 implementation and compliance service helps our clients in building an effective Information Security Management System (ISMS) through a set of interrelated professional services.
Our team comprising of ISO27001 Lead Auditors professionals have the knowledge and hands-on experience and skills to provide the consultancy and implementation services.
SAMA CYBERSECURITY FRAMEWORK
SAMA established a Cyber Security Framework (“the Framework”) to enable organizations regulated by SAMA (“the Member Organizations”) to effectively identify and address risks related to cybersecurity. To maintain the protection of information assets and online services, the Banking Sector and insurance companies must adopt the Framework. The Framework is based on the SAMA requirements and industry cybersecurity standards, such as NIST, ISF, ISO, BASEL and PCI.ost wireless exploitation.
The Saudi National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA) is mandated to develop and update policies, governance mechanisms, frameworks, standards, controls, and guidelines related to cybersecurity; share them with relevant entities and follow up on their compliance.
NCA has issued a number of controls, frameworks, and guidelines related to cybersecurity at the national level to enhance cybersecurity in the KSA in order to protect its vital interests, national security, critical infrastructure, and government services.
Controls, frameworks, and guidelines issued by NCA include the following:
Essential Cybersecurity Controls ( ECC ).
The Saudi Cybersecurity Workforce Framework ( SCyWF ).
Cybersecurity Guidelines for e-Commerce ( CGEC & CGESP ).
OT CYBERSECURITY IEC 62443
IEC-62443 is a series of standards including technical reports to secure Industrial Automation and Control Systems (IACS). It provides a systematic and practical approach to cybersecurity for industrial systems. Every stage and aspect of industrial cybersecurity is covered, from risk assessment through operations.
Using the techniques described in IEC 62443, industrial stakeholders can assess the cybersecurity risks to each system and decide how to address those risks. Recognizing that not every system is equally critical, IEC 62443 defines five security levels (SLs): from SL 0 (no security) to SL 4 (resistant against nation-state attacks).
Specific security requirements are defined for each security level so each industrial system will have the right security, protecting uptime, safety, and intellectual property. All parties in the industrial ecosystem benefit from having clear expectations: asset owners and operators, systems integrators, equipment and service providers, and regulators.
CYBER SECURITY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Regardless of the size of your organization, the backbone of a successful cyber risk and security program is establishing robust policies and procedures, then following them. The proper definition of the organization’s baseline cybersecurity stance serves as a framework for best practices that must be followed by all employees, setting the rules and expectations for behavior. Good policies provide the guidelines for cybersecurity personnel to monitor, probe, and investigate when needed, and define the consequences of violations, helping manage risk. Most frameworks and regulations require policies and procedures to be documented, updated, and followed in order to demonstrate compliance with best practices. Cybersecurity gaps often occur as a result of incomplete or missing policies and procedures, but it can be daunting to know where to start. The experts at CYBRIXS can help. Our seasoned industry experts bring decades of cybersecurity, risk, and compliance experience and knowledge to the process of developing the required policies and procedures. We will work with the client’s team to develop documentation based on industry best practices and the client’s unique business needs.
THE ONE MAIN CONCEPT THAT WE WOULD LIKE TO GET OTHERS TO UNDERSTAND IS THAT THERE ARE FOUR PREDATOR/PREY MODELS IN THE SECURITY WORLD, AND THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS:
The idea here is that we apply standard, tried and true HUMINT principals to the internet world. Our team has experience in developing SOC, TOC, NOC, etc. We do everything from the design and architecture to staffing and teaching. We do not, however, have a canned solution. We need to work with our clients and customers to help them craft the solution that will be the best fit for them, as well as how to transition from the current state to the end state with as little disruption to staff and operations as possible.
Our team consists of a collection of some of the best minds in the world. These are not people that are Ph.D. researchers but are people who have done these exact tasks in the real world with large multinational corporations, and large government agencies. All of the design features in our SPOC have come out of the experiences of one or more individuals and vetted by the rest of the group as being valid. There is nothing in our designs that "should work in theory", it has all been proven to work in practice.