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ISO/IEC 27001 Aims to Keep Organizational Data Safe

Under the ISO/IEC 27001:2013, confidentiality, integrity and availability are the three tenets of well-protected organizational data.

Backed by enterprise security risk managers everywhere, the International Organization for Standardization is based on managing risks: identify your risks inside information assets and methodically treat them. This is time-exhaustive without a complete program capable of properly integrating all critical aspects of information security management (ISMS).

Streamlined ISMS Portal for Everyday
ISO Compliance
In February 2021, Tinder achieved a sector-first: Tinder became the first dating app to achieve ISO/IEC compliance (Source: SecMag). It demonstrates a growing need for stringent B2C AppSec, not only B2B.

To avoid ISO-related negative impacts from low third-party risk management (TPRM), enterprises need regulated & well-informed AppSec programs. With CloudDefense, confidently cover key risks at-a-glance:

How CloudDefense’s Data Security Platform Gets and Keeps You Assessment-Ready

TRPM-ready for devs and admins

offering internal verifications, automatic remediations and Airtight Checklisting.

Critical Updates First approach

for prioritised cyber diligence before flags scales up to the legal/criminal.

SCA, SAST & DAST scanners

that continuously monitor known OS & SOC 2 issues across your full SDLC.

Maintain SDLC digital compliance

by syncing patch management automations with live repositories.

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Meet insurer & data standards

and avoid preventable breaches such as Equifax’s, litigation and bad press.
Customer ‘data expectations’ are growing
From electronic payment records to personal details — initial access brokers (IABs) on black markets look for gaps to exploit:
The median account balance of a hacked PayPal account is 32 times the price on the dark web. (Source: SecMag)
94% of the public say businesses should be doing more to defend customers against cyber-threats. (Source: IBM)

Sample Mapping of 21007:2013 Rules to CloudDefence

Rule 6.1.2: InfoSec Roles & Responsibilities

One tool. Many pain points. Enterprise wide reporting, flexible data management to priority facilitates both enterprise governance and SecIntel.

Rule 6.1.2: Teleworking

Auto-remediations and WAF firewall covering premise & cloud infrastructure even as users access files & programs, with 100s of merged integrations.

Rule 6.2.2: Segregation
of Duties (Access Controls)

‘Least-privilege’ model keeps access to a level appropriate to the risk: eliminates single points of failure via entitlement reviews.

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