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Prepare your organisation for the security challenges of today and tomorrow

Cyber risks are continually evolving. Your cyber security policy plays a key role in helping your organisation to stay ahead of threats. As well as keeping information secure, it ensures that your organisation fully meets regulatory requirements and also enables employees to make sound decisions in the face of risk. However, with cybercriminals becoming more sophisticated in their approach, it’s all too easy for these types of policies to become out of date.

The measures that you have in place to prevent and respond to data loss must remain effective, even as your risks evolve – whether that’s as a result of regulatory developments, technological advances, or an expanding threat landscape. Our cyber policy design and review services can help ensure your policies are responsive and supportive of business growth.


Cyber policy review features

A security policy review from Kroll and Redscan will strengthen your organisation’s policy design, uncover issues that could potentially create vulnerabilities, prioritise steps that can be taken to mitigate risk, and support the development of an actionable remediation plan.

24/7 support and assistance
Our experienced global team of cyber security experts is available to provide remote and on-site support around-the-clock.
Tailored advice
An effective cyber security policy should reflect an organisation’s environment and its unique risk profile. We’ll work closely with you to create a cyber security policy which matches your specific requirements and helps to protect your organisation now and in the future.
Leading cyber risk expertise on your side
We understand the difference that an effective cyber security policy can make Our experts provide rapid response to more than 3,000 cyber incidents of all types every year. We apply all this expertise to help you to design a robust and highly effective cyber security policy.
Business-friendly analysis
We’ll ensure that our review process aligns with your business priorities and processes to keep disruption to a minimum. Then we’ll clearly outline strengths, weaknesses and specific next steps.

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Cyber policy review FAQs

What should a cyber security policy cover?

A cyber security policy defines the direction and nature of a company’s approach to security. Every individual has a role to play in helping to support a mature security program.

What does a cyber policy review involve?

An effective cyber policy review involves working closely with an organisation to understand its unique needs and determining if the appropriate controls are in place to help it keep information secure, while also staying productive. This should then be followed by an analysis of findings to identify any issues which could potentially lead to failure, a discussion about the key steps required to mitigate risks and the development of a remediation plan.

How can a cyber security review help protect my organisation?

Whether you’re looking to strengthen information security policy design or evaluate the effectiveness of your incident response plan, a policy review by Kroll can help you ensure that the security measures you have in place are effective and consistent with industry best practices.

How do I know if my organisation needs a cyber policy review?

It is important to perform cyber policy reviews on a regular basis. A security policy review can also be beneficial if your organisation has recently undergone expansion, has been acquired or is due to take on a major new partner.

Why should my organisation have a cyber policy review?

Organisations are constantly at risk from new and existing cyber threats. It’s essential to ensure that the measures you have in place to prevent and respond to data loss remain effective, even as your risks evolve, whether that’s as a result of regulatory developments, technological advances, or an evolving threat landscape.

How long does a cyber policy review take?

The duration of a security policy review is defined by each organisation’s unique risk profile. We will provide a detailed breakdown of the specific timescales involved and work with you to ensure that the process is as smooth as possible.

Cyber policy support

Comprehensive support for a resilient cyber policy

Whether you’re looking to enhance your information security policy design or evaluate your incident response plan, our policy reviews can help ensure that the security measures you have in place work when needed and are consistent with industry best practice.

Assess whether your cyber security policy has the appropriate controls needed to keep your organisation’s information secure with a remediation plan in place in the event of an incident.

Common areas our cyber policy review services cover:

  • Industry regulations
  • Compliance requirements
  • Employee security practices
  • Stakeholder and third-party security practices
  • Attack mitigation strategies

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Why choose Kroll?

  • Flexible, on-demand services
  • Recognised by CREST and the PCI Council
  • Global team of cyber risk experts
  • >3,200 security incidents responded to every year

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