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Risk Assessment and Risk Management are vital tools in providing relevant and effective security activities. Until you know where your threats are coming from and what vulnerabilities or weaknesses exist, you will not know where to apply controls.

The process of conducting a risk assessment and the implementation of controls, (which bring highlighted risks down to acceptable levels), must follow within effective monitoring. This and the management of the controls will ensure new threats, as well as changes within the environment/effectiveness of the existing controls, do not impact the overall risk.

LRQA Nettitude will help you make sense of all this information in practical workshops and training sessions. We will help you to implement an effective and relevant risk methodology.

Our Comprehensive Risk Workshops Will Cover The Following Areas:

Risk Introduction & Overview

  • What is Risk
  • Benefits of Risk Management
  • Risk Management Process
  • Information Security Group

Risk Components

  • Assets and CIA Impact Levels
  • Threats
  • Vulnerabilities and Risk

IT Security Risk Assessment

  • How to generate a Risk Assessment
  • Risk Registers
  • Applying appropriate and effective controls

Risk Management

  • Effective measurements
  • How to proceed from here

How Can LRQA Nettitude Help?


Give us a call today to find out how we can help you improve and advance the approach to assess security risks for your organisation.

LRQA Nettitude has a team of technical consultants qualified as Security Risk Assessors for PCI DSS, PA-DSS, P2PE, ISO27001 and much more. We also have an Incident Response unit deployed for various activities, including data breach analysis and data discovery.

We are an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) registered by the PCI Security Standards Council (SSC) to conduct authorised vulnerability Scans for PCI compliance. LRQA Nettitude is a member of The Council of Registered Ethical Security Testers (CREST) and certified by the UK Government to deliver cybersecurity testing (e.g. IT Health Checks) as a CHECK green light company.

Sample reports are available on request. For more information on LRQA Nettitude’s Cybersecurity Services, please contact us directly at

Frequently Asked Questions About cybersecurity Risk Management

How are your workshops delivered?


The Risk workshop is typically delivered over a number of days and will include the following activities:

  1. Education and training – An interactive overview of cybersecurity risk components and assessment/management process.
  2. Asset identification – Work with your business units to identify their assets and assign values.
  3. Risk register creation – Facilitate and walk through a real risk assessment process to create the Risk Register.

 The focus will be on both education and facilitation. We want to train employees to not only understand the best way to conduct risk assessments and implement a usable process, but also to own and create your risk register that can be actively used within the business.


Who needs to be available?

 It is important to identify the correct people to own the Risk Management process; this should include senior management who:

  • Can identify assets of value to the business
  • Understand the value of assets to the company
  • Understand the potential threats
  • Understand their vulnerabilities
  • Has authority to implement controls

This would include, but is not limited to, the following positions: Operational Unit Heads, IT Manager, Development Manager, IT Director/CISO, Solution Architects, HR Manager, Facilities Manager, any other Business Unit Heads.

What are the outcomes of the workshop?


At the end of the workshop, you should have the following: 

  • All key risk holders are educated on the process and tools needed for Risk Assessments
  • A defined Asset List
  • A Risk Register for each business unit/area
  • A process to conduct regular risk assessments and review the risk management activities

Frequently Asked Questions about Data Privacy Security

What is an incident response policy?

An Incident response plan or policy is a process you create before you experience a cyberattack. This is so that your team has a procedure to follow when you do experience a data breach. LRQA Nettitude follows the CREST Cybersecurity Incident Response process which is broken down into 3 phases: preparation, response, and follow up. Having a breach plan gives you the confidence to quickly nullify any threat to your data privacy security.

Why is data privacy security important?

Although it has always been important, the implications and need for higher security are coming into play now that technology is indispensable to everyday life. Using apps, browsing websites, and shopping online are all examples of how your data will be stored and managed online. For organisations today, the threat of cyber theft is a pertinent one. Having comprehensive data privacy plans in place can reduce and mitigate the risks of such events.

Does LRQA Nettitude practice sustainability?

As a company with a global footprint, sustainability is an area of importance to us. We are a registered ‘Investor in People’ organisation. Taking a cue from ISO 14001, we have strong sustainability practices put in place. Our organisation also hires fairly and equally, across gender and race. By working with us, you can rest assured that we implement data privacy security measures with ethics at the core of our mission.

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