Sypha Security Threat Feed
25th October 2023
Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture
SABSA is a proven methodology for developing business-driven, risk and opportunity focused Security Architectures at both enterprise and solutions level that traceably support business objectives.
It is also widely used for Information Assurance Architectures, Risk Management Frameworks, and to align and seamlessly integrate security and risk management into IT Architecture methods and frameworks.
The SABSA framework and methodology is used successfully around the globe to meet a wide variety of Enterprise needs including Risk Management, Information Assurance, Governance, and Continuity Management. SABSA has evolved since 1995 to be the ‘approach of choice’ for organisations in 50 countries and in sectors as diverse as Banking, Homeless Management, Nuclear Power, Information Services, Communications Technology, Manufacturing and Government.
Sypha Security became a SABSA member on the 25th October 2023.
1st June 2021
Australian Government Security Vetting Agency
The Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) is the central vetting agency for the Australian Government and conducts security clearance assessments for federal, state and territory agencies.
Sypha Security employees must pass federal government security clearance vetting before an offer of employment is provided. This is a mandated requirement for most Federal Government Agencies but also provides additional reassurance to our clients that our employees have had an extensive background check completed and are deemed suitable to work within the information security industry.
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1st November 2020
Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Membership
ISACA was founded in 1967 as a centralised source of information for computer systems audit control. It has since evolved into an international organisation providing education, certification training, Risk IT Framework, COBIT (Control Objective for the Information and related Technologies) Framework to help organisations elevate their cybersecurity maturity, with their primary purpose to “help business technology professionals and their enterprises around the world realize the positive potential of technology”.
Sypha Security employees are sponsored professional members of ISACA and actively work towards ISACA cybersecurity certifications, which showcase our expertise and commitment to providing international best practice cybersecurity defence strategies and solutions to our clients.
23rd October 2020
Australian Information Security Association (AISA) Membership
To gain an overall perspective of cybersecurity across the Australian business landscape we need partnerships with organisations that represent all Australians across all sectors: private, public, government and individuals.
The AISA is a not for profit entity committed to ” … the development of a robust information security sector by building the capacity of professionals in Australia and advancing the cyber security and safety of the Australian public as well as businesses and governments in Australia.”
This is why Sypha Security is a member of AISA, so we can leverage their knowledge, network and resources to balance the needs of the public, private and government sectors when it comes to planning the appropriate strategies and developing the controls needed to mitigate the risk of a cybersecurity incident for all Australian organisations and businesses.
22nd July 2020
Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Partnership
Part of our ongoing commitment to our clients is to ensure that we are well informed and can provide accurate and timely cybersecurity information that will help executive management teams make the right decisions when assessing risk. Helping management determine where to invest time and money in order to protect critical assets is at the forefront of everything we do. Having the right partnerships with the most well-informed organisations is critical in being able to provide this advice.
We are pleased to announce a partnership with the Australian Cyber Security Centre where we will be working with them to ensure that Australian businesses are adequately protected from the latest sophisticated cyber threats.