Advance your IT Governance
What We Do
We promote compliance through security.
What We Do
We believe that our work can contribute to a more secure world.
Information Security Audit & Consulting
Enhance security, not only compliance
Improve your Procedures
While being compliant
Our company, a well-trusted Managed Security Service Provider, has a proven track in auditing and assisting business from various sectors to achieve and sustain a powerful Information Security framework through its Information Security Audit and Consulting Services.
Protect and manage your organisation’s information through effective risk management
Ensure the proper development and implementation of applications, as well as the integrity of programs, data files, and computer operations.
IT Security Architecture Design & Review
Design your infrastructure with security in mind, reduce the attack surface.
GDPR Audit & Consulting
Our experienced team of Information Security and GDPR experts have helped a variety of private business and public sector organizations across Cyprus and Greece, to develop, enhance, audit and maintain their GDPR program.
Review current GDPR procedures and processes for each department. Enhancements and improvements will be proposed where necessary.
Build the GDPR program from the beginning. We will talk to all the relevant departments to identify the GDPR-related processes and build a solid compliance model.
Virtual Chief Information Security Officer
Don't wait for a breach to start building your cybersecurity strategy
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) defines the leadership role of Data Protection Officer (DPO) as a key role in facilitating regulatory compliance. Although GDPR does not specifically require the appointment of a DPO for every organization, it is highly encouraged as a matter of good practice and due diligence demonstration to appoint one.
QSecure provides you with the expertise of our team and can appoint a person as your company’s data protection officer (DPO) if needed. Our DPO as a Service solution is flexibly tailored to your business unique requirements, in close collaboration with top-level management and key personnel, with the scope of helping your organization integrate an end-to-end comprehensive data privacy framework.
BC/DR Design & Review
QSecure will help you create, test and manage your Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plans and procedures to make sure that your organization is protected to the best possible extend from these unexpected circumstances. As these terms are sometimes used interchangeably, a quick dinstiction between the two is given. Both of them are needed as part of a comprehensive Contingency Plan.
Business Continuity Plan
The capability of an organization to continue the delivery of products or services at pre-defined acceptable levels following a disruptive incident.
Disaster Recovery Plan
A set of policies, tools and procedures to enable the recovery or continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced disaster.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
An ISMS is a management system that documents all security controls required to protect the confidentialuty, availability, and integrity (also refered to as CIA) of assets from threat and vulnerbilities. The main target of an ISMS is to proactively minimize the impact of a data security breach.
By applying an ISMS the costs associated with information security of an organization would be dramatically reduced thanks to the risk assessment and analysis, which identifies exactly what is required rather than spending randomly on technology or equipment.
Some of the responsibilities of the DPO are to:
- Ensure that controllers and data subjects are informed about their rights, obligations, as well as responsibilities around GDPR and raise awareness about them;
- Provide advice and recommendations to the organization about the interpretation or application of GDPR rules;
- Handle data protection queries or complaints;
- Draw the organization's attention in case of failure to comply with data protection rules.
a) where the processing is carried out by a public authority or body;
b) where the core activities of the controller or the processor consist of processing operations, which require regular and systematic monitoring of data subjects on a large scale; or
c) where the core activities of the controller or the processor consist of processing on a large scale of special categories of data or personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences.
(You can use the tool from UK data protection body (ICO) to identify if you need a DPO in your organization)