STEP ONE: Security Strategy and Business Risk Analysis
The first element of your threat and risk assessment is the security strategy and business risk analysis. Verbal interviews lead the process with key team members and executives to generate awareness around your business’s potential cyber risk. These interviews help us better understand the specific implications of cyber attacks on your company and how we can focus the assessment efforts on your most significant concerns.
STEP TWO: Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing
Once we gather the relevant information from your team, it’s time to analyze the environment to determine whether the current safeguards effectively maintain data confidentiality and integrity. Our assessments include three major components:
- Scanning the environment to identify and understand the machines and processes used within the business.
- Analyze the scan results to understand what critical vulnerabilities exist and the potential impact that they could have.
- Interrogate exploitable vulnerabilities within the environment and document potential risks affecting your business.
The assessment and testing insights will identify how the current security systems work per your needs and expectations. The process may bring to light the alternatives that are the most worthwhile improvements to your security posture.
In combination, the security strategy, business risk analysis, vulnerability assessment, and penetration testing form the foundation of your cybersecurity priorities. After conducting our inspection, we’ll report on the cybersecurity gaps and co-develop a remediation plan that utilizes advanced tactics, techniques, and procedures.
With a clear understanding of your cyber exposure, you will begin allocating resources toward probable threats that are likely to cause loss. Ongoing assessments will drive accountability and inform future decisions. After all, you cannot manage what you fail to measure.
We help ensure that you implement the products and services your business needs, are aligned with your security strategy, and not over-pay for enterprise security solutions that don’t fit your budget. Without that clarity, it isn’t easy to protect your network, data, and supply chain without overspending.