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Our cyber consulting services provide expert advice and guidance on a range of cybersecurity issues, tailored to your organization's unique needs. We work closely with clients to identify vulnerabilities, mitigate risks, and improve overall security posture.

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PSPF Assessment 

The Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) is a set of security policies and guidelines developed by the Australian Government to protect its people, information, and assets.

Essential Eight Assessment

The Essential Eight is a cybersecurity framework developed by the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) that outlines eight essential strategies for mitigating cyber threats.

ISO 27001 Assessment 

ISO 27001 is an internationally recognized standard that specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continuously improving an information security management system (ISMS) within an organization.

IRAP Assessment

The InfoSec Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) is an Australian government cybersecurity assessment and certification program.

Custom Cyber Security Solutions for Unique Needs

At CyberAssured, we understand that every business is different and has unique cybersecurity needs. That's why we provide customized cybersecurity solutions tailored to meet the specific requirements of your organization. Our professionals works closely with you to identify and assess your organization's cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities, and develop a comprehensive strategy to mitigate them.
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Authority to Operate (ATO) Package

An Authority to Operate (ATO) package is a collection of documents and artifacts that an organization must submit to a regulatory body or authority (Authorising Officer) to obtain permission to operate a system or application in a specific environment. An ATO is typically required for systems that handle sensitive or classified information, such as those used by government agencies, military organizations, or private companies that deal with sensitive data. 

The ATO package typically includes the following components: 

  • System Architecture Diagrams - diagrams that illustrate the components of the system, how they are connected, and how data flows through the system. 
  • Statement of Applicability (SoA) - is a document that identifies which controls from a particular security framework, such as ISM, NIST or ISO 27001, are applicable to an organization's systems, applications, and networks.  
  • System Security Plan - a comprehensive document that outlines the security controls and measures that have been implemented to protect the system and its data. 
  • Incident Response Plan - a plan that outlines the steps that the organization will take to respond to security incidents, including how incidents will be reported, how evidence will be collected, and how the incident will be resolved. 
  • Continuous monitoring plan - A Continuous Monitoring Plan is a comprehensive document that outlines the ongoing process of monitoring and assessing the security posture of an organization's systems, applications, and networks. The goal of continuous monitoring is to detect and respond to security threats and vulnerabilities in a timely and efficient manner.  
  • Security Risk Assessment - an analysis of the risks that the system and its data face, including threats, vulnerabilities, and potential impact. 
  • Security Assessment Report - a report that summarizes the results of a security assessment, which typically includes penetration testing, vulnerability scanning, and other types of testing to validate the effectiveness of the security controls. 
  • Plan of action and milestones - A Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M) is a document that identifies security weaknesses or deficiencies in an organization's systems and provides a roadmap for addressing and remedying them. 

Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) Consulting 

GRC consulting service provided by Cyber Assured helps organizations implement and optimize their Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) framework. GRC consulting services can be tailored to the specific needs of an organization and can include a variety of activities, such as: 

  • Assessment of the current GRC framework: Consultants can assess the current state of an organization's GRC program, identify gaps, and provide recommendations to improve its effectiveness. 
  • GRC strategy development: Consultants can work with organizations to develop a GRC strategy that aligns with the organization's overall business objectives and priorities. 
  • GRC framework implementation: Consultants can help organizations implement a GRC framework, including establishing policies, procedures, and controls that are customized to the organization's specific needs. 
  • Compliance management: Consultants can assist organizations in managing their compliance requirements, including implementing processes and controls to ensure adherence to relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards. 
  • Risk management: Consultants can assist organizations in identifying and managing risks, including assessing the potential impact of risks and developing mitigation strategies. 
  • GRC technology solutions: Consultants can help organizations select, implement, and optimize GRC technology solutions, such as software platforms, that can streamline and automate GRC processes. 

GRC consulting services can be valuable for organizations of all sizes and industries, as they can help improve the effectiveness and efficiency of an organization's GRC program, reduce the risk of non-compliance, and increase transparency and accountability. 

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