With the 4th Industrial Revolution comes the need to address the growth of cyber threats in business and government, which have the potential to cause disruption and damage. The need to stay on top of cyber law and cyber security issues has never been greater. In South Africa, specialist cyber law enterpreneur, Adv. Lufuno T Khorommbi, founder of Orizur Consulting Enterprise, is launching two new initiatives to help clients to navigate their way through cyber threats and cyber law.
Orizur is a Consulting Enterprise, founded by entrepreneur Adv. Lufuno T Khorommbi, that specializes in cyber law and provides variety of interlinked quality ICT related services: cyber security, contract management, procurement, and intellectual property including education and training as well as policy management. In the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) where everything is connected to everything, information has become the most valuable asset for every organization, big or small. The cyber environment is dynamic, placing a bigger responsibility on decision makers to stay informed in order to maintain a compliant cyber secured environment. Similarly, technological developments require decision makers to rethink some of their strategies into the digital era, disruptions to their industries, cyber security and compliance with data protection prescripts.
Orizur Consulting saw an opportunity to enable clients to understand both the legal and technical requirements and created two interlinked solutions: The Seven-Phase Contract Management Framework and Quad Governance Lifecycle System; which are aimed to assist clients to create and maintain compliance in the cyber environment. These are the two specialist products that the company is now launching to its clients.
Cyber threats are growing both in their prevalence and in their disruptive potential.Although cyber-attacks are on the rise, it is unfortunate that cyber security remains an afterthought for many organisations. According to IBM, South African companies lose on average R36 million every time they get hacked, costing a business financial loss, reputational damage, customer relations, and operational costs. IBM statistics highlights that many organisations struggle with creating and maintaining a cyber secure environment; thus making them non-compliant to existing legal prescripts such as the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
What makes Orizur Consulting different is that the company is well-equipped with advanced skills in cyber law, aiming to:
ease clients' compliance requirements by creating simplicity of cyber law; which results in efficient, transformed cyber compliant environment.
help clients to reduce cyber security risks through our cyber security governance lifecycle.
help clients to use Orizur’s Seven-Phase Contract Management Framework to reduce efforts and costs of procurement and contract Management.
reduce anxiety from cyber threats, in that reducing financial risks and increasing cost effectiveness.
support clients with information and guidance when protecting IP assets against possible infringements.
Speaking about the new launch, Orizur Consulting founder, Adv. Lufuno T Khorommbi, says: “These products are all encompassing providing clients with both legal and technical solution in one. They are intended to give power back to the clients in that they would be able to know their cyber environment, checklist compliance, and maintain a cyber secure environment without spending an arm and a leg. Reducing financial risk is one of the biggest advantages that these solutions provide to the client.”
Orizur Consulting is planning a series of launches of its new solutions in a phased approach. The first launch recently took place in September 2019 at the ITU Telecoms World Summit in Hungary where Orizur was exhibiting and pitching to high end clients about the products. The second launch event will be on 1 October 2019 at the Michaelangelo Hotel in Sandton, South Africa, in the form of a media launch for both the Pan-African Cyber Law Summit and the company’s new specialist solutions. Preparations are underway currently for this event. Ultimately, the products will be launched at a regional level during the Pan-African Cyber Law Summit which Orizur will be hosting from 20-22 November 2019. Orizur will launch these solutions during the opening of the Summit exhibitions with high end delegates scheduled to speak at the opening plenary session.
Speaking about the aspirations for the new products on offer to clients from Orizur, founder Adv. Lufuno T Khorommbi, said: “Most organisations, particularly in the African region, will be able to
protect their cyber environments from cyber threats and attacks; get value for the money spent to acquire ICT goods and services; save costs of doing procurement and contract management; and realize the intended benefits from the procured ICT goods and services.
More information on Orizur Consulting’s new cyber law and cyber security services can be found by contacting Adv. Lufuno T Khorommbi via email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or via whatsapp +27624775221