UNIORG IT Baseline Protection (in Accordance with the BSI)
In today’s world, virtually all businesses, regardless of their size, depend on information technology. Various risk and emergency planning procedures confirm this dependency. If you prepare a “risk map,” you can assign the individual processes in your company to the individual IT systems. The risk map defines:
How long can each IT system/IT process be unavailable before the company’s existence is threatened?.
Under these conditions, the question arises: How can we limit or avoid any unintentional downtimes of our IT systems or IT processes? The IT Baseline Protection catalogs from the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) can help. Based on the ISO 27000 standards, these catalogs offer a model with
risks and appropriate measures. The advantage of the IT Baseline Protection catalogs is their modular structure that allows them to be adjusted to companies of any size.
UNIORG IT Baseline Protection analyzes all areas of your company with regard to secure IT operation, and identifies weak points. This proactive security check allows you to detect and minimize risks in advance. The total extent of the analysis depends on various factors such as the defined extent of the measures and the scope of the IT landscape. UNIORG IT Baseline Protection is carried out strictly according to BSI guidelines and therefore establishes a solid basis for improvement measures in your company.
The advantages of this approach are clear:
- The IT department can use standards to implement IT security measures
- IT management has a reliable basis for planning resources and staff for IT security applications
- Company management has a basis for evaluating risks in the IT infrastructure
- The company can actively prevent serious damage
Of course the scope also depends on your company’s individual security requirements. We would be happy to provide you with an individual consultation and make you an offer tailored to your requirements. Please call us or use our contact form.