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Secure programme management is the process of managing defence and security programmes in a way that ensures the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and systems. It is a critical discipline that helps to protect the critical assets of the defence, security and manufacturing sectors from a variety of threats, including cyber-attacks, physical attacks, and human error.
Espanaro offers Secure Programme Management to our clients and partners to ensure their secure solution engineering needs are delivered on time, on budget, on spec – and in complete security.
Espanaro’s secure programme management typically involves the following steps:
Establishing a security framework - defining the security policies, procedures, and standards that will be used to manage the programme to meet stakeholder and deliverable needs.
Identifying and assessing risks - recognising the potential threats to the programme and assessing the likelihood and impact of each threat.
Implementing security controls - applying security controls and secure systems to mitigate and manage the identified risks.
Monitoring and auditing security – checking and validating the programme and its supporting systems and processes daily for security events and auditing the security controls.
Responding to security incidents - reacting to security incidents in a timely and effective manner.
Espanaro also applies additional considerations for secure programme management in the defence, security and manufacturing sectors:
The need for a risk-based approach - security controls should be implemented in a risk-based manner, meaning that the controls should be proportionate to the risks that they are designed to mitigate.
The importance of communication and collaboration - secure programme management requires communication and collaboration between all stakeholders, including programme managers, security experts, and end users. Espanaro deploys appropriate and effective tools to ensure this occurs at pace.
The need for continuous improvement - the threat landscape is constantly evolving, so it is important to continuously improve the security of programmes under management. This includes regularly reviewing the security framework, risk assessments, and security controls of Espanaro’s clients and programmes.
Secure programme management is a complex and challenging discipline, but it is essential for protecting the defence, security and manufacturing sectors from a variety of threats.
By following the steps outlined above, Espanaro’s client organisations can manage their programmes in a secure manner and protect their critical assets.
Espanaro is here to help your organization do just that – contact us today for a free consultation.
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