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Security Improvement Plan

It is important to organise your security in a structural and transparent way. Eurofins Cyber Security helps you to draft a security improvement plan. A competent security improvement plan helps to develop and constantly optimise security management as the risks in the field of cyber security are constantly changing. 

ISO 27001: The International Certified Standard

The basis for most security implementation plans is ISO 27001. This is the only certifiable international standard that defines the requirements for an information security management system. The regular assessment process helps you to continuously improve your security. Part of the plan is GDPR compliance.

As risk change continuously, Eurofins Cyber Security helps by setting up a management system so that you have complete control over your privacy and can easily configure to the level required by your business. 


A successful implementation requires management support, good communication and a structured approach.

Eurofins Cyber Security uses different standards and/or control frameworks, depending on your business, as a basis for the security implementation plan. We always use ISO 27001 to implement a management system to design, implement, monitor, evaluate and adjust security measures.

Here are some examples of international and national standards we can assist with: 

  • ISO 27002
  • CobiT (financial institutions)
  • NEN 7510 (Dutch healthcare)
  • NIST Cybersecurity framework
  • IT-security guidelines for web application from NCSC (IT service providers)

Our approach consists of several modules than can be purchased together or individually:

  • Risk Assessment or Privacy Impact Assessment.
  • Security quick scan (gap analysis)


ISO 27001

We will help you to draft an ISO 27001 implementation plan.

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NEN 7510 helps organise security in the healthcare sector.

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 GDPR Implementation Plan

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is mandatory as of 25 May 2018. GDPR sets rules on the protection of personal data.

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Privacy Impact Assessment

The GDPR shows that Europe takes the privacy of its citizens seriously. Show that you do too by the implementation of a Privacy Impact Assessment.

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