Policy development & integration

Cybersecurity is much greater than the sum of the technologies you have at your disposal. It encompasses softer aspects that have just as much (if not more) of an impact on your operations and your working environment. We believe cybersecurity is an organism that can be described by the relationships between three primary facets of your organization: technologypolicy, and culture

Your culture is your culture. Only those with direct exposure to your information ecosystem – your users, administrators, and senior leaders – truly understand your security culture and the changes that need to be made for its improvement.

At ZKX Solutions, one of our core tenets is to assist you on that journey of culture improvement. We already provide groundbreaking technology meant to streamline your operations and secure your most sensitive properties and assets, as well as prepare you for the future of cyber threats and requirements. Similarly, we also offer consultative policy development services to ensure we have you covered on any end of the policy-technology-culture spectrum.

We offer two primary options to help you fortify the policy side of your cybersecurity:

Technical Policy Development

We work with you to define the access policies you need to see enforced by ZKX zero-trust authentication technologies. This includes designing a policy enforcement scheme that fits around your cyber resources as they are – and enforcing access policy exactly how you need it done.

Organizational Policy Development

We work with you to learn your organization’s architecture(s), cyber toolkit, and strategic goals. This includes making recommendations as to how policies should be authored pertaining to how new and existing technologies should be utilized by users, when user should escalate cyber issues, how new and existing cyber tools and platforms should be configured, etc. 

When it comes to the whole of organizational cybersecurity, policy can often be overlooked. In reality, policy is a critically important cornerstone of security, as it defines the scope of the relationship your users have with their technology tools and influences the operations users can depend on different technology platforms for.