Access your organization’s most critical information securely, anytime and anywhere you need to
Our clients rely on their critical information being available, protected and reliable: managing digital risk and security is a critical element in seizing opportunity and the foundation for effective and sustainable growth and success. Our security architecture specialists help our clients to design and embed agile and cost-effective methods of enforcing information security as their businesses adapt and grow.
AHA has provided both advisory and implementation services to our clients in the following offerings:
AHA takes pride in being a "Privacy by Design" firm and brings the principles associated with this discipline to every project.
If Digital Risk and Security are primary concerns for your organization, as you shift to digital, and would like to have a conversation about how AHA could help you address your concerns, please drop us a line to start the conversation - firstname.lastname@example.org.
AHA's expertise in the following areas supports our work in Digital Risk and Security:
A cohesive, coordinated approach to managing enterprise risk strengthens decision making and supports the achievement of business objectives
Build an efficient, collaborative enterprise governance, risk and compliance (eGRC) program across IT, finance, operations and legal domains
We develop tailored, innovative and comprehensive solutions for specific client business needs that may require the expression of opinions based on professional standards.
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July 10, 2017
A Hundred Answers has won the Public Sector Award at the 2017 Microsoft IMPACT Awards. The award recognizes a partner that excels at providing innovative and unique products, solutions, or services to Government customers.
May 18, 2017
Even law firms are worried about being hacked! Over the past months many US and Canada law firms have reported upgrading their perimeter security but that simply isn't enough.
May 01, 2017
Establishing the right data model is the key to successfully framing enterprise data management (EDM).