Security reviews are carried out to assist the Chief Security Officer (CSO) in identifying gaps in an organizationís Corporate Security Program (CSP). A well-developed review allows the CSO to maximize current resources and develop a business case for additional resources as necessary.
Since our inception, we have successfully reviewed, audited and assessed the security programs, governance structures, program components and management frameworks of a number of federal and provincial government departments.
For more detail, the following links provide a better understanding of
the essential aspects of a security review:
C.I.ís Four Step Methodology to Security Reviews
What is a Corporate Security Program?
The Ten Functional Components of a Corporate Security Program
1. Security Organization
2. Security Policy Framework
3. Security Awareness
4. Threat and Risk Assessment
5. Security Classification of Information
6. Information Technology Security
7. Personnel Security/Verification
8. Business Continuity Planning
9. Incident Analysis
10. Physical Security