Protect your most valuable information assets in the face of evolving cyber threats.
A strong cyber risk management strategy is critical in preventing, managing and recovering from a disruption to an organisation’s operations. Each service is designed to address specific Information Security related challenges experienced by our clients.
At Xcina Consulting we recognise that no two clients are the same. We deliver successful outcomes by building bespoke solutions, bringing together elements that are relevant, tailored and proportionate.
We assist organisations with effective and appropriate management
of their information security framework, including components such
as policies, processes, structures, personnel and risk profile.
This also includes assisting organisations in meeting the requirements
of internationally recognised information governance standards such
as ISO27001, NIST, GDPR, and regulations such as the UK Data
Protection Act 2018.
Organisations handling cardholder information are required to have
robust network security arrangements by credit card companies. Our
information security consultants help ensure a secure payment
environment is maintained.
As a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) company, we assist organisations achieve and maintain compliance with PCI DSS by offering bespoke services including scope definition, review of self-assessments, remediation and full formal assessments.
Minimising disruption to operations from unexpected events requires
effective planning and execution. We assist with all aspects of
Business Continuity and Crisis Management, from understanding the
criticality of a client’s numerous assets to the creation of an
appropriate resilience solution.
Our consultants can assist with developing plans, reviewing and
testing existing plans, and assessing their alignment with strategy
and regulatory requirements.
The speed at which organisations identify, control and mitigate cyber security risks has a significant impact on their risk profile. Our consultants have extensive industry experience in assessing the organisation’s current maturity or posture, and developing a bespoke set of activities (or roadmap) to elevate its ability to protect its assets in line with its business objectives. We also partner with clients to define and execute their remediation activities to strengthen their security controls and mitigate cyber security risks.
Data protection practices are often not adequately embedded and
maintained following their initial implementation to meet the 2018
GDPR deadline. Regulators are increasingly issuing enforcement
actions and fines. We help organisations assess their compliance
against the Information Commissioner’s Office’s expectations and
deliver a remediation plan to achieve a defensible position.
Parkmobile. UK Managing Director