Risk Management should be handled to prevent and avoid operating problems, both digital and physical risks are concerned. However, there are a host of other risks. Within critical infrastructure, there are often obsolete equipment or the condition or design of the critical facility itself, that can make it difficult to meet current standards.
How would the business processes be effected by outages or incidents and what can be done to prevent and avoid future disturbances? Coromatic helps to identify, classify and mitigate risk areas and provide recommendations on which areas should be prioritized to maintain business operations.
Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
Business Impact Analysis supports strategic decision-making and prioritization.
Prioritize your facilities from a business criticality perspective by performing Business Impact Analyses (BIA). What would be the business impact of a disruption to services and what should you do to avoid disruptions going forward? The report provides management with a heat map and clear recommendations on how to prioritize. An up to date Business Impact Analysis supports strategic decision-making and prioritization.
Risk Assessment supports risk analysis with decision-making and prioritization.
Prioritize your critical infrastructure from a risk perspective by performing Risk Analysis. What would be the business impact and probability of a disruption to services and what should you do to avoid disruptions going forward? The report provides management with a risk analysis and criticality factors. An up to date Risk Analysis supports strategic awareness, decision-making and prioritization.
Business Continuity Services
Management control of Business Continuity when or before major incidents occur.
Based on business impact, all critical facilities operations should have proper readiness and capacity to solve or escalate incidents. Disaster Recovery (DR) starts with establishing Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Business Recovery Planning (BRP). It also includes training to secure readiness. Plans should be adjusted and improved based on changed conditions, but also during scheduled formal reviews.
Technical & Operational Audit
Identify possible ways to ensure relevant levels of technical robustness and operational resilience.
The technical audit is based on best practice, international standards or guidelines to identify potential risks in the physical environment and service operations. The audit report includes recommendations on the relevant level of robustness and resilience and possible ways to reach the appropriate level.
Security Compliance Services
Verifying that business operations are in accordance with regulatory frameworks.
Compliance encompass efforts to ensure that business operations abide by industry regulations, government legislation and internal policies or guidelines. By performing a compliance review, Coromatic will give management a third-party confirmation of levels of compliance according to agreed regulatory frameworks. The report includes recommendations for improvements and supports management’s decision making process.
Energy Efficiency Audit
Energy Efficiency Audits by approved and certified Coromatic auditors.
The EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EDD 2012/27/EU), has been implemented as local law in member countries, state that large companies have an obligation to make quality assured energy audits at least every four years. The energy audit will provide answers to how much energy annually supplied and used to run the business. The energy audit will also give suggestions on cost-effective measures that the company can take to reduce their costs, reduce energy consumption and thus improve energy efficiency. The result will be reported according to regulations standard or customer requirements.