Information Security

Your partners in protecting your business from cyber attacks

TF CyberLabs provides a best practice approach and potential practical solutions to suit your needs and face challenges in building better resilience for key business drivers in a constantly changing information technology environment.

Information Security Services

The primary focus of TF CyberLabs is set to help your business to enhance the tools and optimise the resources needed to:

Improve information security, business continuity, and disaster recovery management.

Protect assets such as networks, hardware, software and data from unauthorised access.

Improve stakeholders’ confidence by achieving lower information security incident costs.

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Industry Standards

Here are some of the global management system standards which we assisted industry leaders to implement:

ISO/IEC 27001

ISO 27001 is the only auditable global standard system that specifies strict requirements for an Information Security Management System (ISMS). An ISMS includes a set of policies, methods, processes and systems for proper handling of customer data, as well as resilience against cyber-attacks, hacking and data theft. If an organisation is a certified ISO/IEC 27001 entity, it shows that the it has in place a well-defined set of information security systems. Even though not every organisation chooses to get certified, they may still consider 27001 as a best-practice framework for how to maintain information security. Read more in our article on how your business can benefit from this standard.

ISO 22301:2019

The full name of this organisational management standard is ISO 22301:2019 Societal Security – Business Continuity Management Systems. It was created by a host of business experts to provide the ideal framework for the management of business continuity. A key feature of this standard is that it is auditable. This means that upon being reviewed by an accredited certification body, an organisation may become certified as meeting the standard requirements. This serves as an exemplary ‘badge’ for the organisation to show their customers and other stakeholders that they are in compliance with global business continuity standards. Is Business continuity a luxury or a necessity, read more in our article!

News & Blogs

Ready for catastrophe in 8 steps

Ready for catastrophe in 8 steps: TFA’s guide to business continuityIn our previous article we looked at how and why business continuity is not merely a commodity, but an essential risk management tool – especially in an age of unexpected pandemics.Implementing ISO22301:2019 may be you best first step towards peace of mind from any impending…

Business Continuity: luxury or necessity?

A business relies on several critical resources, which if compromised can radically impact the business lifeline.IT systems including cloud services, communication systems, and buildings are but a few of such resources. The purpose of business continuity management is to reduce the operational, financial, legal, reputational and other material consequences arising from a disaster or extended…

How can a company benefit from ISO 27001?

ISO 27001:2013 is the only auditable global standard system that specifies strict requirements for an Information Security Management System (ISMS). An ISMS includes a set of policies, methods, processes and systems for proper handling of customer data, as well as resilience against cyber-attacks, hacking and data theft.If an organisation is a certified ISO/IEC 27001 entity,…

How can a company be ISO 27001 certified...

… and have an Information Security skilled workforce? The number of companies acquiring ISO 27001 certification has grown by over 450% in the last decade. This statistic sets it as one of the most popular cybersecurity global standards in the world.The ISO 27001 standard lays out in clear terms the best practice for an Information…

Types of Phishing Websites to watch out for

Phishing attempts remain at a constant increase year after year.  According to Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), 22% of breaches in 2019 involved phishing; Proofpoint’s 2019 State of the Phish Report shows that in 2018, 83% of data security professionals reported attacks – a 7% increase from the previous year.One route through which…