Cloud Risk Management is the process of assessing, securing, and managing all kinds of risks related to Cloud computing. It includes assessment across your organization’s cloud footprint. The Risk Management process involves evaluating the organization’s competency to deliver services within a set timeframe and demonstrate commitment to security and privacy levels. Cloud Risk Management helps organizations understand the risks associated with cloud computing services. It helps organizations make necessary security changes and align their business operations. It also helps in making informed decisions on cloud computing services if you plan to outsource. Effectively implemented, Cloud Risk Management facilitates operational efficiencies and drive business growth.
We conduct an initial study of your business and understand your growth plans, current pain areas, and business goals. This will enable us to consolidate the Cloud scope thereby helping you reduce cost and time of rollout.
Our team will help you identify and understand appropriate cloud platform models: IAAS, PAAS, SAAS, etc. We further support your management in Scope Definition which includes setting timelines, responsibilities, and budget for the implementation.
We identify all point of presence of your data in the Cloud and further map who accesses or can access your sensitive data. We also document the geographical distribution of your data.
Our experts assess the regulatory and statutory requirements and compliance levels of your Cloud Provider.
We also assess the Disaster Readiness of your Cloud Provider and ensure Business Continuity in case of an incident.
Our team assesses the network design, virtualization topology (if any), intrusion detection checks, failover controls, etc. as per your business requirements.
We thoroughly assess User management processes, Data isolation across the host of clients serviced by the provider, Data Backup and restoration strategies, Data Encryption and decryption processes, Data Classification, Management of data at offsite locations.
Our team of assessors conduct an internal/external Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing of the Cloud Infrastructure.
Document well-defined milestones with Roles and responsibilities of your transition to the Cloud.
Since any Cloud rollout involves heavy interaction of Technology, our Infrastructure Advisory Services team shall support your internal team in rolling out the recommendations such as sanitized CDE (Card Data Environment) processing room, network segregation, log correlation, encryption, SIEM, product POC, NAC/WAF assessment, IPV6, etc.
After a reasonable gestation period, a separate team of experts conduct a Pre-assessment of your setup.
Once all controls are confirmed to be in place, we issue a legally admissible CStar or equivalent certificate of Compliance.
Yes, we do provide an assessment against CCM. The Service milestone includes Gap Analysis, Advisory Services and even Final Attestation services.
Yes. We provide our expertise and assess your organization to the requirements of ISO/IEC 27017. We assess the gap between the company declaration of cloud security and the actual implementation. Our assessment includes identifying the areas of concerns in cloud security, areas of improvement, and remediation measures.
Cloud Risk Management Service involves Assessing, Identifying, and Managing risks related to cloud computing. It is performed to prevent the identified risks from impacting business goals. The output your organization can expect from the services includes-
Our team of experts will first help you identify and understand appropriate cloud platform models: IAAS, PAAS, SAAS, etc. We then provide all the necessary support to your management in Scope Definition which includes identifying and prioritizing assets and risk, setting timelines, responsibilities, and budget for the implementation of remediation for identified risks.
Companies should review their Cloud Risk Assessments and Cloud Risk Management practices every 3 years, or whenever there are any significant changes to the workplace, security controls, policies, and processes.
Any audit report is typically valid for a period of 1 year further to which a minimal yearly Compliance audit is required. Its advisable to go in for an assessment cycle every year or after significant change in processes.