Network Security Plan
Quasar would work with you to develop a customized Network Security Plan. The Plan is committed to protecting your customers, employees, partners and the company from illegal or damaging actions by individuals, either knowingly or unknowingly. The plan covers your network and Internet/Intranet/Extranet-related systems, including but not limited to computer equipment, software, operating systems, storage media, network accounts providing electronic mail, WWW browsing, and FTP are systems used for business purposes.
Network Security Training
Effective security is a team effort involving the participation and support of every employee and affiliate who utilizes your network and information systems. Quasar works with your organization to develop and implement the network security plan and teach your employees how to use the latest Cybersecurity tools.
Quasar’s Network Security Risk Assessment Approach
Quasar utilizes systematic risk assessment process in order to help you make risk informed decisions. This approach is utilized for network and business system evaluation. Risk management is a tool used to identify potential future issues or concerns that have some probability of adverse consequence on the general network or cloud performance, cost, or business continuity. This provides you with the information needed to make risk informed decisions regarding uncertain future events that threaten their ability to meet business goals and objectives.
Quasar’s Risk Assessment Steps:
Risk Identification: The clear description of risks in terms of both the undesirable conditions that exist, as well as the potential consequences of those conditions. In addition, risk identification includes the gathering of all the necessary information to place the risk in the context of the Customer.
Risk Threat Analysis: An estimation of the probability, impact, and mitigation timeframe of the risks, classification into sets of related risks, and prioritization of risks relative to each other or to relevant criteria, and ranked in terms of probability and impact classification.
Risk Planning (Risk Resolution): Planning the action or handling strategy that should be taken, and assigning the responsibility to respond to the identified risks. The planning approaches for responding to risk are as follows: accept, mitigate, or monitor.
Risk Tracking: Acquiring/updating, compiling, analyzing, and organizing risk data; reporting tracking results, verifying and validating handling strategy actions. Tracking also includes risk trending to determine whether particular risks are increasing, decreasing, or staying the same over time.
Risk Control: Analyzing tracking results, deciding how to proceed (continue risk tracking, close the risk, re-plan the risk, invoke contingency plans, exercise oversight), and executing control decisions.
Communication/Documentation: Refers to the accessibility of risk management documentation to the entire team in written form and under configuration control. This plan defines the communication processes between the customer’s managing organizations, vendors and external stakeholders. Documentation refers to the methodology through which risk-related decisions are captured and maintained.