Configuring the OneTrust modules to deliver desired results and benefits can involve a steep learning curve and a strain on your technical resources. So instead, leverage our advanced knowledge and expertise and experience a complete professional implementation of your privacy, security, and data governance programs.
As part of our professional services implementation, we’ll help you put your risk management programs to work, enabling mitigation of IT risk and enforcing security procedures. Catalogue and connect your IT network, quantify and scrutinise risk, and make informed decisions with role-based reports.
We can provide support with establishing a risk-based culture by leveraging the frameworks and internal audits you need for adequate security and privacy standards across your organisation.
We believe the best way to minimise IT and security vulnerability is to construct a clear-cut risk management process. OneTrust’s IT and Security Risk Management solution helps to connect data across your organisation to:
To manage security incidents effectively, your plans for incident response need to be integrated with your evolving risk management practices. We’ll ensure you have flexible intake options to collate and triage incidents with dynamic scripts to guide response.
Implement robust standards for data privacy, information security or cybersecurity throughout your organisation to create a compliant, risk-based culture. Engage employees to assist in gathering evidence to demonstrate compliance.
A productive security incident management process should incorporate response plans with your continuing risk management practices. Our configuration of the Security Management module will deliver a versatile intake and progressive workflow for stakeholders to report, organise and develop prolonged business continuity.
To help make life easier for all concerned, we can configure escorted workflows relating to response exercises and create templates for you to devise response plans that comply with regulatory requirements and fulfil security policies. Integrate adaptive rules and reason derived from data elements, such as affected systems, operating territories, or the kind of information involved. This will ensure that the appropriate teams are engaged and performing relevant mitigation activities.
Examine real-time incidents and potentially compromised data and assets discovered during an investigation. Plot the range of impact across assets and business processes, regulatory authorities, and operating jurisdictions. Appraise current controls to quantify the actual or possible extent of the incident and inform mitigation next steps.
List previous incidents and link them to current risks or create a new risk record. Utilise additional context your risk management teams have accumulated to improve response and mitigation tactics derived from identified threats, weaknesses, and asset details.
Access the most comprehensive regulatory database to acquire relevant guidance on notification requirements by region. Choose the required incident management process action based on law enforcement requirements for documentation and notification, along with necessary timelines. Utilise response templates for speedy completion.