Cybersecurity Policy
Workshops

Policies are the Foundation of a Successful Cybersecurity Program

Guide Employee Behavior
Prepare For Security Incidents
Lead Your Organization Well

What to Expect from a Cybersecurity
Policy Workshop

The purpose of the Makaye InfoSec Cybersecurity Policy Workshop is to provide expert guidance to your leadership team and help create well-crafted, customized policies for your organization. Policies work by weaving all the different elements of cybersecurity together and providing the clear-eyed guidance necessary to navigating cyber threats. Crafting good policy is exceptionally challenging.
Your cybersecurity policies must:
Stop the confusion. Don’t wait for a terrible situation to happen. Connect with us now to find out how our cybersecurity leaders can serve as your personal guide to becoming a more secure organization.

Cybersecurity Policies Are Not Copy/Paste

You can’t expect to purchase a cybersecurity policy template online, slap your logo on it, and call it a day. That’s not how this works. Cybersecurity policies are intended to provide guidance to your employees to recognize and avoid cybersecurity attacks and to respond quickly and effectively when an incident occurs. This is not a document that sits on a shelf collecting dust and cobwebs.

Understanding the difference between policies, standards, baselines, and other documentation types is critical.

Cybersecurity policies must become and remain compliant with NIST, ISO27XXX, or other federal regulations.

Cybersecurity policies need to be drafted by cybersecurity experts who understand the security implications of what you are writing and signing off on.

Cybersecurity policies must address your specific organizational needs and regulatory requirements.

Cybersecurity policies should be enforceable and deployed in your organization.

Cybersecurity policies should fit into the context of a comprehensive policy manual and link to other procedures.

We Are Ready to Help and Have a Proven Plan You Will Love

The Makaye InfoSec Cyber Protection Plan

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1
Schedule a Discovery Call

We'll use this time to get acquainted, to provide answers to your questions, and make sure you feel confident about working with us before getting started.

2
Complete a Cybersecurity Maturity Level Assessment

We will complete this expert-led assessment to gather the information necessary to serve you to the best of our ability.

3
Get Your Cybersecurity Leadership Kit

After your assessment, we will provide a complete packet that includes your Cybersecurity Score, Compliance Report, Executive Summary, and 1-year Road Map. You'll feel a sense of accomplishment and assurance knowing that you're leading your organization well.

What Is a CISSP Certification?

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

Not all IT professionals are cybersecurity professionals (although many will claim to be)
CISSP is the certification your organization should always require for any professional hired to perform cybersecurity services. The CISSP requires a minimum of five years cumulative paid work experience in at least two of the eight “domains” of cybersecurity (listed below). Learn more about¬† CISSP here.
Before you hire a cybersecurity professional, make sure that they are a verified CISSP and that the work they are performing is within their domains of expertise. True professionals take their certifications seriously, and without a CISSP certification you can’t be certain you are getting the skills you deserve.

The Makaye InfoSec Commitment to Serve

It’s just not right that small business, nonprofit, and local government leaders should have to worry about cybercriminals. It’s disheartening to think that criminals are willing to steal from organizations that are fighting so hard to provide jobs in their community and do good in our world.
Like you, we have a true passion for humanity and a commitment to working together to make our world better. Our founder, George Makaye, has spent the last 20 years using his for-profit businesses as a way to give back to the community and empower nonprofits. We’re always looking for more ways to leverage our skills and resources to make an even larger impact. Which is why we formed Makaye InfoSec. We are committed to protecting businesses and nonprofits from cyber attacks.