Cyber security challenges are varied, constantly evolving and require specialist expertise.
Organisations need to be able to respond to cyber security challenges in a flexible and timely way.
Given the specialist nature of cyber security and chronic talent shortages in the industry, organisations often rely on external expertise to support them in areas of need.
Cyber Security Advisory services provide you with expert guidance across a wide range of cyber security domains.
Our consultants take the time to understand your unique cyber security challenges, and the context in which your organisation and industry operates.
We can deliver general strategic guidance, expert advice for specific initiatives, or short and long-term operational or technical support to augment your own internal capabilities – all tailored to your specific circumstances.
Our advisory capabilities span the full spectrum of cyber security domains, including strategy, risk, governance, cyber defence, consulting, awareness and more. Examples include CISO-as-a-service placements, developing cyber risk frameworks, designing security metrics programs and running awareness and education strategies.
We bring a pragmatic approach that draws on decades of experience across multiple industries and jurisdictions to provide you with trustworthy advice that is fit-for-purpose.
elevenM works with you to understand the outcomes you wish to achieve, and the resulting privacy implications and needs you have.
We tailor our offering to meet your unique circumstances – where that’s strategic privacy advice relating to a discrete challenge or the placement of one of our expert advisors within your team.
We support organisations with advisory services in line with their specific needs. This might entail providing a discrete piece of advice related to a specific cyber security project, or involve a longer engagement where we augment your internal cyber security capabilities over a period of time.
We work with every organisation individually to tailor our work to your needs.