Professional Cyber Security Services
CYBERONE can perform a full cyber security risk assessment of your company, based on hundreds of risk factors, technical questions, checks and other activities performed by our team. We can also perform a risk assessment based on your company’s public infrastructure, which is subject to attacks on a daily basis by malicious individuals. The service is carried out by our proven cyber security specialists and at the end of each assessment a formal report is issued outlining all findings, recommendations and an impact assessment. The main purpose of a cyber risk assessment is to keep stakeholders informed and recommend appropriate actions against identified risks. Risk assessments also provide a summary to help executives and directors make informed decisions about their company’s security. The information security risk assessment process is concerned with answering the following questions:
Why carry out a risk assessment?
There are a number of reasons why you might want to conduct a cyber risk assessment, and several reasons why you absolutely should.
LONG TERM COST REDUCTION
Identifying potential threats and vulnerabilities and then working to mitigate them has the potential to prevent or reduce security incidents, saving your organization money and/or reputational damage in the long run.
PROVIDES A CYBERSECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT BASIS FOR FUTURE ASSESSMENTS
Cyber risk assessments are not one of the processes, you need to continuously update them, if you make a good first move you will ensure repeatable processes even with staff turnover.
BETTER ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE
Knowing organizational problems and shortcomings gives you a clear idea of where your organization needs to improve.
AVOIDING SECURITY INCIDENTS
Any security incident can have a huge financial and reputational impact on any organization, regardless of its size.
The theft of trade secrets, code or other key information assets could mean you lose business to competitors. Additionally, cyber risk assessments are an integral part of any organization’s IT risk management and broader risk management strategy.