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Security Review & Audit

Improve Cyber Resilience to Minimize Security Incidents

Our IT (Information Technology) Security Audit is an ideal place to start highlighting your overall security standing compared to other companies and organizations. It will give you an overview of your risks in all 5 layers of the eBuilder cyber security framework.

A security audit is a maturity check for your organization. It will give you an action plan for the future and help improve your posture. Companies that perform regular audits have been shown to be more aware of their risks. Thus in case of a security incident, they can immediately mitigate any issues as they are aware of the steps and where they are most vulnerable.

Why You Need Security Review & Audit

Doing a review or an audit is not only a compliance check, but it gives you a deeper understanding of your risks and where you should focus your efforts. It will include: an in-depth analysis of your current IT practices, and a detailed report of your internal and external security systems; audits typically will highlight weak areas coupled with proposed solutions.

Why You Need to Security Review & Audit

Our Approach

We have based our audit process on ISO 27001 standard and Center for Information Security (CIS) controls complemented by eBuilder Security's unique methodology to achieve an end result that indicates where you stand on both ISO 27001 requirements and your overall cyber security hygiene.

Our Systematic Approach

Our approach is designed to achieve the following

  • Ensure compliance & understanding of your security policies
  • Add to your policies and improve the overall security posture by suggesting tools and new procedures
  • One of the primary deliverables is a vulnerability management program which will allow you to reap the benefits of knowing where you are most vulnerable and allow you to protect yourself accordingly
  • Maturity score will help you compare yourself to other organizations in the same sector as yourself

Why eBuilder Security?

We have worked with multiple customers from different industries and different regions who come across different threats.

We pride ourselves on identifying that review/audit requirements vary from customer to customer depending on the nature of their business and their overall cybersecurity maturity level. eBuilder Security can provide you with a tailor-made security review and audit.

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Our Systematic Approach

Expected Results

The result of an audit varies depending on what is found but eBuilder prides itself on working with customers to mitigate and implement improvements as we go through the audit process. We will have diverse types of reports which can include Physical environment, Networking, Policy adherence, and Security Awareness.

But the result will be a roadmap of your organization’s main information security weaknesses and identifying where it is meeting the criteria the organization has set out to follow.

What Our Clients Say

“Cybersecurity has top priority in our firm. Our software is installed on Exchanges and Central Depositories around the World. We chose eBuilder Security because of their extended experience in delivering secure SaaS to global organizations.
We are very happy with their professionalism and customer service.

Chris Richardson, CEO Percival Software Ltd.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a review take?

The duration of a security review depends on the scope: whether you would want just a part of your organization examined, or go for a comprehensive assessment of the whole. Accordingly, the review may last for as little as a week or take up to several months, if you are testing your ISO domain fulfillments, for example.

If I have done a security review, does it mean that I am safe now?

A security review assesses your overall maturity level. It highlights any risks that you have and allows you to mitigate them. It gives you direction and an action plan to act upon for securing your organization.

How often should you do it?

A security review is recommended at least once in 2 years enabling you to effectively gauge the impact of changes implemented over the preceding 24 months.

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For starters, we can show how to improve upon your existing security in 30 mins. Care to proceed?