Cyber Security Assessment
To protect your organisation from financial loss and reputational damage, it is crucial to adopt a proactive approach to cyber security.
Security incidents and data breaches can impose a significant financial burden. Therefore, conducting regular cyber security risk assessments should be a crucial aspect of your business strategy.
How it Works
Given the daily incidence of cyber attacks, safeguarding sensitive company data is now a necessity. You can stay ahead of potential security threats and protect your organisation from cyber crime. Remember, defence is the best offence when it comes to cyber security.
Our assessment can be used for organisations who are starting their journey and need to understand their current risk levels, or as an external independent assessment of an ongoing cyber mature organisation.
The assessment will allow us to present a set of gaps which can form areas for improvement for the organisation. The document can be used to create a roadmap to address the gaps in a prioritised fashion.
Control Gap Analysis
Gain a comprehensive understanding of what controls you have in place according to best practice. This can be used to provide an external assessment for existing security teams, or to help understand what’s required of an organisation to get a comprehensive cyber roadmap in place.
Understand what hackers can see from the outside. This intelligence usually informs hackers how likely they are to succeed if they attack your organisation
Internal Vulnerability Scan
Our team will analyse the vulnerabilities on your internal infrastructure to identify a priority list of actions to further secure the organisation.
Priority Based Report
The final report can be used to create a roadmap of actions in a prioritised fashion, taking the three areas into account.
The outputs from the assessment can be exported to create (or include in) a cyber risk register.
Next Level Assessment
We can extend the assessment to include Breach and Attack simulation, showing what hackers can do in the event of a single machine being compromised.