DLC works with organisation strategy stakeholders to develop information security strategy that provides a vision, long-term objectives, and a high-level plan for meeting the objective the organisations current and evolving cybersecurity challenges, transforming its security capabilities to support and enable realisation of its business goals and objectives.
An Information Security Strategy enables:
Organizations approach strategy, strategic planning, the strategic plans produced, and how those plans are used in different ways. The absence of universally accepted standard requires a rational approach that is rigorous while being adaptive to an organisations goals, objectives, and resources to deliver effective, client-tailored designs.
Business-aligned and business enabling
DLC uses the SABSA Framework and Methodology to develop a deep understanding of client organization business context, including business goals and objectives, threats and opportunities, value chains, in-flight and planned initiatives, organisational structure and relationships with other organisations, where the organisation operates, and time and performance requirements. Our approach collects, collates, and analyses these organisational aspects to understand their relationships, interdependencies, and the roles they play in the pursuit of goals and objectives.
DLC uses the SABSA methodology’s top-down, business-focused approach to understand clients’ real business requirements and develop business-driven, business-enabling security strategies and security strategic plans.
Effective security strategies and security strategy plans are business-aligned, business enabling, and deliver:
Security strategies and strategic plans support effective design, the next steps in the ESA journey.