LEET Security offers security and confidence when selecting an ICT provider

LEET Security's goal is to facilitate the procurement processes for ICT services by simplifying the safety assessment.

LEET Security covers the lack of an objective system to standardize the criteria and minimize differences in the selection process of the companies that take part in the market for ICT services, avoiding adverse selection.

Through its label, LEET Security agency tags the different ICT services offered by providers, based on a thorough and rigorous assessment of the security measures that these incorporate, the vendor reliability and the resilience mechanisms applied.

Why require the LEET Security stamp? Why to have the LEET Security stamp?
User perspective

How to compare two similar services? Will the services contracted offer the security level that I need? What happens if the provider suffers an incident?

Service provider perspective

How to generate trust in my services? How to differentiate myself from the competition based on my investment in security? How I can define segmented offers?

Here are some of the advantages provided by the qualification of services with the LEET stamp, both from the side of the service provider or from the company or user who hires these:

Advantages

The LEET Security’s rating system

Promotes transparency:

All users know the score levels of the service and have a complaint mechanism in case the conditions are breached.

Limits the usual conflict of interest with trusted third parties:

LEET Security system, based on supervised self-assessment, reduces the possibility of conflict of interest and fixed the responsibility on the side of the service provider.

Simplifies the understanding of the level of security:

An expert is not required to assess whether the service being contracted is the appropriate to own risk profile.

Reduces deployment costs:

The supervised self-assessment model can be implemented by the providers without addressing major adjustment costs, simply promoting training of its security professionals in the rating model and demonstration through the initial assessment and random audits of the adoption of the measures required for a given level.

Streamlines the audit process:

As the the rating system incorporates the most widespread controls regulations and standards, ICT service providers can simplify the audit process by avoiding repetitive tests of the same controls (principle "once and audits used several times").