Identifying Your Cyber-Security Threats
The average business isn’t just at risk from external hacking or malware. Cyber-security threats can come in the form of ransomware, accidental user/employee alteration, intentional destruction, data corruption, and more. They can occur as a result of failed email security, identity security, firewall systems, website security, externally accessible applications, etc.
This Analysis follows the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Cybersecurity Framework – which is widely respected, government-funded and created, and considered to be best practice in this industry.
This Frameworks follows five core steps: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover.
By following these steps, we ensure that our CyberSecurity Assessment delivers a holistic and comprehensive cyber-security audit that accurately identifies real and potential risks and makes it possible to proactively prevent a cyber-attack.