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ISO 27001- ISMS
Information Security Management System (ISMS) is a systematic approach to managing sensitive information, including the people, processes, and IT systems that store, process, and transmit this information. KLEAP follows the ISO 27001 standard to assess and implement an ISMS, which includes the following steps:
Identify the scope of the ISMS and the assets to be protected.
Conduct a risk assessment to identify potential threats and vulnerabilities.
Develop and implement
Develop and implement security controls to mitigate risks.
Monitor and review
Monitor and review the ISMS regularly to ensure it remains effective
Continuously improve the ISMS based on changes in the organization and the security landscape
ISO 27701 – PIMS
Privacy Information Management System (PIMS) is an extension of the ISO 27001 standard and focuses on the management of personal data. KLEAP follows the ISO 27701 standard to assess and implement a PIMS, which includes the following steps:
Identify the scope of the PIMS and the personal data to be protected
Conduct a privacy risk assessment to identify potential privacy risks
Develop and implement privacy controls to mitigate privacy risks
Monitor and review the PIMS regularly to ensure it remains effective
Continuously improve the PIMS based on changes in the organization and the privacy landscape
ISO 22301 – BCMS
Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) is a systematic approach to managing an organization’s ability to continue operating during and after a disruption. KLEAP follows the ISO 22301 standard to assess and implement a BCMS, which includes the following steps:
Identify critical business functions and processes
Conduct a business impact analysis to identify potential disruptions and their impact
Develop and implement a business continuity plan to minimize the impact of disruptions
Test and review the BCMS regularly to ensure it remains effective
Continuously improve the BCMS based on changes in the organization and the business landscape
IT Risk Assessment
IT Risk Assessment is a process of identifying, assessing, and prioritizing potential risks to an organization’s information assets. KLEAP follows a structured approach to IT Risk Assessment, which includes the following steps:
Identify and assess the information assets and their value to the organization
Identify and assess potential threats and vulnerabilities to the information assets
Evaluate the likelihood and impact of potential risks
Prioritize risks based on their likelihood and impact
Develop and implement risk mitigation measures
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation that governs the protection of personal data of individuals in the European Union. KLEAP offers GDPR compliance services, which include the following steps:
Conduct a GDPR readiness assessment to identify gaps in the organization’s data protection practices
Develop and implement GDPR compliance measures, including policies, procedures, and controls
Monitor and review GDPR compliance regularly to ensure it remains effective
Continuously improve GDPR compliance based on changes in the organization and the regulatory landscape
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a regulation that governs the protection of personal health information in the United States. KLEAP offers HIPAA compliance services, which include the following steps:
Conduct a HIPAA compliance assessment to identify gaps in the organization’s data protection practices
Develop and implement HIPAA compliance measures, including policies, procedures, and controls
Monitor and review HIPAA compliance regularly to ensure it remains effective
Continuously improve HIPAA compliance based on changes in the organization
NESA – UAE
The UAE’s National Electronic Security Authority (NESA) framework outlines the standards for securing electronic information systems in the country.
Our team of experts will perform a gap analysis of your current security measures against the NESA standard requirements. We will then provide recommendations to address any gaps and assist in implementing necessary changes to ensure compliance.
We follow a comprehensive methodology based on the NESA standards, including risk assessment, policy review, security controls evaluation, and incident management procedures.
NESA is a comprehensive national standard that covers various domains, including governance, risk management, compliance, and technical controls.
SAMA – Saudi Arabia
SAMA (Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority) is the central bank of Saudi Arabia, and its cybersecurity framework outlines the standards for financial institutions to ensure the security of their information systems.
- Approach: We will work with your organization to understand the specific requirements of SAMA regulations and develop a customized compliance strategy to meet those requirements.
- Methodology: Our approach includes risk assessment, policy and procedure development, technical controls evaluation, and compliance reporting.
- Industry standards: SAMA regulations cover financial institutions and are based on international standards, such as ISO 27001 and PCI DSS.
Data Governance – Abu Dhabi
The Abu Dhabi Data Governance Standard (ADGS) sets out the standards for managing and protecting sensitive data in Abu Dhabi.
We will assess your organization’s data governance policies and procedures, identify any gaps, and develop a plan to address those gaps.
Our methodology includes a thorough review of data management policies, data classification, access control mechanisms, and risk management procedures.
Abu Dhabi’s Data Governance Framework is based on international standards such as ISO 27001 and GDPR.
PDP – Saudi Arabia
The Personal Data Protection (PDP) framework is a Saudi Arabian law that outlines the standards for protecting personal data.
- Approach: Our team will evaluate your organization’s privacy policies, identify any gaps, and develop a plan to ensure compliance with the Personal Data Protection (PDP) regulations.
- Methodology: Our methodology includes data mapping, privacy impact assessment, policy review, and privacy controls evaluation.
- Industry standards: The PDP regulations in Saudi Arabia are based on international standards such as GDPR and ISO 27701.
SACS-002 & SACS-021 – Saudi Aramco
SACS-002 and SACS-021 are two cybersecurity standards developed by Saudi Aramco, a Saudi Arabian oil company. These standards set out the requirements for securing information systems in the company.
Our experts will evaluate your organization’s security posture against the Saudi Aramco Cyber Security Standard (SACS) and develop a plan to address any gaps identified.
Our methodology includes a thorough review of technical controls, policies and procedures, risk management procedures, and incident management plans.
SACS is a comprehensive security standard developed specifically for Saudi Aramco and is based on international standards such as ISO 27001 and NIST Cybersecurity Framework.