Get an overview of your team's Cyber Security status

Ask your teams to perform a Cybersecurity Risk Assessment.

"...senior management is ultimately responsible for residual risk"

Evaluate your company's cybersecurity preparedness. Our tool is based on the NIST cybersecurity framework, ISO 27001, and COBIT, allowing your teams to easily perform a self-assessment to determine areas for improvement. Get detailed reports and dashboard for monitoring the current status.

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How do your teams currently manage cyber risks?

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Cybersecurity risk management is an ongoing process

It’s impossible to predict every potential risk but with strategic planning and collecting information beforehand, you can anticipate problems. With that information, your teams can develop control measures that can help you to deal with the risks.

Every company needs a cyber risk assessment

The main goal of cyber risk management is to reduce risks to a level that your company will accept. Management needs to decide what resources (e.g. budget, hardware or time) to dedicate to controlling risks. Remember that senior management is ultimately responsible for residual risks, meaning the amount of risk that remains after mitigating risks.

Determine what assets you need to protect

You need to determine what assets you need to protect and prioritize on. As the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) explaines in its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, there is no solution that fits all companies out-of-the-box. Your company has different technology infrastructures and different potential risks than other companies.

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