Does your organization need cybersecurity governance? If you can’t answer “yes” to these questions, then Right Hand can help:


Cybersecurity Strategy and Goals

Do you understand your cybersecurity framework and what protections you need? Have you clearly defined your risk management policies, procedures, strategy, and goals? Is your strategy incorporated in a high-level document that establishes a roadmap for your organization to maintain and improve its overall risk management approach.


Standardized Processes

Do you have the right protections in place? Are daily IT tasks being managed effectively and consistently? Do you have approved, standardized processes that are repeatable? Or is your cybersecurity government program ad-hoc and inconsistent, which can lead to increased security breaches, compromises, and attacks?


Enforcement and Accountability

How effective are your monitoring processes? Do you have the processes in place to enforce requirements? Is your cybersecurity governance measurable and enforced? Is there accountability for compliance across all personnel levels? Is information provided to senior leaders and executives to facilitate decisions regarding the acceptance of risk to organizational operations and assets, individuals, and other organizations?


Senior Leadership Oversight

Does the focus and direction of the cybersecurity program come from top management? Has the senior leadership remained engaged for the lifecycle of the program to help ensure the information security policy and objectives are established?



Has senior leadership ensured adequate resources to meet basic cybersecurity governance and compliance needs in line with your organization’s cybersecurity strategy and goals? Do the resources include dedicated funding for qualified personnel and their training? Do the resources allow for the procurement of sufficient tools for adequately measuring KPIs (key performance indicators), as well as maintaining repeatable processes?