GRC Implementation

Cloud Destination helps organizations focus on achieving their objectives and goals by taking the necessary measures to keep their business aligned with Information Security standards. In order to accomplish that, it is ideal to adopt required regulatory requirements of various geographies.

Our consultants are certified experts across several domains such as CISA, CISSP.

  • Implement Risk Management
  • Security Frameworks (NIST CSF, ISMS)
  • Business Continuity
  • IS Audit (Internal / External)
  • Security Compliance Readiness ( ISO 27001, PCI DSS , HIPAA, QECP)
GRC refers to a strategy for managing an organization's overall governance, enterprise risk management and compliance with regulations. Governance - The process of managing, directing, controlling, and influencing organizational decisions, actions, and behaviours. Risk - The likelihood of a threat agent exploiting a vulnerability and the corresponding business impact. Compliance - Development, maintenance and enforcement of security policies, standards, guidelines, processes, and procedures. In Cloud Destinations, we provide end-to-end management of your Governance, Risk and Compliance with below services, but not limited to

IT Compliance Management:

These activities include: Internal and Third-party audits, Security procedures and control, Preparing reports and providing supporting documentation, Developing and implementing policies and procedures to ensure compliance.


  • Industry / Regulatory Compliance Management - ISO 27001, HIPAA, SOC, PCI.
  • IT Risk Assessment
  • Vendor Management
  • Corrective & Preventive Action

IT Enterprise Risk Management:

Enterprise management is a term used for modern examples of ERP that allow businesses to manage vital day-to-day processes such as inventory management, accounting, human resources and customer relationship management (CRM).


  • Gap Analysis
  • Risk Management
  • Identification and Assessment
  • Analysis
  • Evaluation
  • Reporting

Security Threat And Vulnerability:

Cyber threats, or simply threats, refer to cybersecurity circumstances or events with the potential to cause harm by way of their outcome. Vulnerabilities simply refer to weaknesses in a system. They make threat outcomes possible and potentially even more dangerous.


  • Threat Intelligence
  • Penetration Testing
  • Continuous Vulnerability Assessment Scans
  • Website Application Security Assessment
  • Cloud Security Assessment
  • Asset Management

Cyber Security Services:

Cyber security refers to the body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, devices, programs, and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access.


  • Critical Infrastructure Security - CIS Top 20, ISMS, NIST, etc.
  • Application Security
  • Antivirus programs
  • Firewalls (Network, WAF)
  • Encryption programs (HSM, KMS)
  • Network Security - IDS, IPS, Firewall, NAC
  • Cloud Security - AWS, Azure, GCP, Oracle.

Regulatory Compliance:

IT security regulations improve corporate security measures by setting baseline requirements. Improved security, in turn, prevents breaches, which are costly to businesses.


  • Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)
  • FedRAMP
  • ISO

Data Security and Privacy Services:

Data privacy is a part of data security and is related to the proper handling of data – how you collect it, how you use it, and maintaining compliance. Data security is about access and protecting data from unauthorized users through different forms of encryption, key management, and authentication.


  • Data Governance
  • Database Security
  • Data Protection
  • Data Monitoring
  • GDPR
  • CCPA