Do you understand your current state of security but have challenges moving it towards your organisation’s desired state? Intalock has analysed and integrated regulatory and industry best-practice frameworks, combining COBIT 5, PCI DSS, ISO 27000, NIST SP800-53, and CIS to ensure an exhaustive approach to security. Through this process, a comprehensive current state assessment, gap analysis, and initiative generation ensures successful implementation of an information security strategy.


Governance frameworks often fail to address the changing goals, risks, or context of an organisation, so expenses surrounding governance are not easily linked to value. Our client-tested methodology supports the enablement of IT-business alignment, decreases decision-making cycle times, and increases transparency and effectiveness in decisions around benefits realisation, risks, and resources.


Enhance your overall security posture with a defensible and prescriptive policy suite. Intalock’s Security Consulting team can perform a range of activities to assist you implement a program of works regarding the policies that govern your organisation’s maturity and approach towards protecting its most valuable information assets.

Data Classification Standards

Data classification is supremely important in most industries in order to abide by regulations and compliance guidelines – Data Classification is a subset of Information Governance and Security. Intalock’s collaborative and inclusive advisory model, focuses on achieving our client’s overall objectives. In the case of Data Classification, these objectives are the organisation’s strategic objectives – and one of the main objectives of the corporate strategy is to minimise risk.

  • Understand their business objectives
  • Assess and understand regulatory requirements – CPS234, ISO27001, GDPR, PCI-DSS, NIST etc
  • Define the policy scope
  • Define Data Classification Standard

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