What are the requirements?
|Develop an Incident Response Plan
||Provide Employee Awareness Training
|Automatically Patch Operating Systems and Applications
||Backup and Encrypt Data
||Implement Access Control and Authorization
|Enable Security Software
||Secure Portable Media
|Securely Configure Devices
||Establish Basic Perimeter Defences
|Use Strong User Authentication
||Secure Cloud and Outsourced IT Services
The security controls aim to give SMEs the greatest amount of protection with the least amount of burden.
How does the certification process work?
The process has been designed to allow the audit work to be performed remotely, helping small to medium organizations better manage cost. The audit consits of a documentation review against the standards requirements, with interviews being performed if clarification is needed.
What is Bulletproof’s role as an accredited Certification Body?
Certification Bodies (CBs) are public and private businesses that are accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) who have met the requirements of the SCC. CBs will verify that businesses have met all the security controls for certification using assessment criteria developed by ISED and and the Cyber Centre.
What is the role of the Standards Council of Canada (SCC)?
As Canada’s national accreditation body, SCC rigorously assesses the experts who certify organizations.