Find out about the current cybersecurity situation

Take full control over the cybersecurity and development of your IT infrastructure before the DORA Regulation comes into force.

What might you face as head of IT?

If you find yourself in any of these situations in your work, you have come to the right place.

1

Scattered information

Security analysis of IT systems is scattered across departments dealing with security processes and policies. That’s why your data is inconsistent and lacks the holistic, multidimensional picture of cybersecurity that needs to be comprehensively presented to financial regulatory authorities.

2

Complicated processes

The cybersecurity processes are so highly complex and cover so many areas that you are unable to assess the security situation without a tool.

3

Implementation of audit requirements has no end

Updating tools such as the risk register never reaches full audit readiness, as there are many modifications to the documentation that affect the remaining risks.

4

ICT providers – a new element in cybersecurity

Under the new DORA requirements you have to include all ICT providers in a comprehensive cybersecurity analysis. You lack information, which is one of many factors influencing risk in your organization.

5

Scattered processes

You lack information about the processes across your organization at a glance. They are not linked to information about the supporting assets that are involved in individual processes and the safeguards applied to them.

6

No time for regular team training

Training is part of keeping the infrastructure running. Choosing the right training sessions for your team is time-consuming.

7

Changes in cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is an area of constant change in terms of both new threats and new legislation, which you cannot keep up with alone.

8

Little time to implement DORA

You have little time to implement the complex DORA Regulation in your organization while managing cybersecurity against all the above challenges.

What can RIG DORA
do for IT Departments?

  • Control

    You have full control over the cybersecurity and development of your IT infrastructure because you know everything about the assets, the security situation and the processes that affect the infrastructure. You can view up-to-date reports (because they are automated), which show the many dimensions of risk, both in terms of processes and assets.

  • Systemic cybersecurity management

    You are guided through systemic cybersecurity management at a glance. The system leads you step by step to ultimately give you a complete risk assessment on the company’s assets critical to cybersecurity.

  • Procedure manuals

    You have a ready-to-use procedure manual for liaising with IT and Compliance, according to your chosen risk management methodology. The tool gives you a choice of methodologies.

  • Impact on infrastructure providers

    You can effectively influence improvements in the security of the infrastructure provided by external ICT providers and partners. You know which assets they support are at risk and to what extent. The tool allows you to map the processes in which any type of asset (including contracts and ICT provider surveys) may be involved, no matter whether they are linked to internal or external providers.

  • Planning

    You can easily plan and improve the security of your processes because you have up-to-date information about them and about all the assets and safeguards involved in them in one place. The tool lets you view a list of processes including all risk combinations in them.

  • Data-driven knowledge

    You have all you need to know at your fingertips. You can instantly assess the security situation and simulate the ‘what ifs’ at every step of preparing for audits. Your decisions and further steps to improve security are based on hard data. The tool has features such as automated analytical reports and risk management plans.

  • Systematic training

    You have ongoing access to training sessions on justifying grounds, drawing up procedures and using the tool – for every employee. Knowledge does not disappear with staff turnover because a new training session is held once a month for all users, while recordings of completed training sessions are constantly available. What is more, the licence you get for your organization is for an unlimited number of users and gives you control over their rights.

  • Expert support

    You get regular support from our methodological and legal team that has experience in cybersecurity and whose daily bread is to help enhance risk management in large financial institutions, such as banks. You get 2 hours of professional advice per month and, as our client, you have access to technical ‘how to’ video tutorials.

Once you have signed up, our consultant will get in touch with you.

They will ask you about your DORA-related needs, and pass them on to the advisor selected for you.

The presentation will take 30 minutes.

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