Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Management
Mobile Device Security
Data Leakage Prevention System
A disgruntled employee, hackers, a lost laptop or misused USB drive can jeopardize your cyber security and ultimately your financial and operational stability.
To stay at the forefront of cybersecurity, you need to manage your risks and plan, prioritize, budget and implement the most stringent security precautions. But which ones, how quickly and in what order? Whether you have protection measures that need to be improved or are starting from scratch, CyberProtection is here to guide you through the process with a multi-tiered decision support service that maps your threats and defines the maturity level of your current cyberdefense system. In short, we provide you, your management or the ICT expert with a clear picture of your organization current cyber threats and defenses so that you can erect solid defensive walls or, if you wish, repair the hole.
Here’s how we do it: Four Steps to True Cyber Security Using the CyberProtection Proprietary Analytical Tool
1) Identify Possible and Probable Cyberspace Threats
We map your organization threats and risks landscape, assigning scores and assessments based on both CyberProtection’s threat database and on case-by-case customized intelligence gathering. The result is a list of both the typical/generic threats you face and specific issues based on your specific circumstances.
2 ) Assess Maturity of Cyber Controls
Now that we have defined the threats, we assess your existing defense controls using best-practice cybersecurity guidelines. Each control system or tool is assigned a “cost” score to be used later in the prioritization process.
3) Cross-reference Cyber Controls to Threats
We’re now ready to line up the data collected in the first two steps and map the controls you have in place to handle each potential threat and risk. This process creates a comprehensive gap analysis, highlighting critical threats that currently have no (or weak) defense measures in place to fend them off.
4) Generate a Prioritized Risk Mitigation Program
The final step is the creation of an action plan: A clearly delineated list, prioritizing the implementation of protective measures. Because your budget is always limited, we help you consider cost. Optimizing the effectiveness of your plan by identifying the “bang for the buck”, you can make the right call about how and where time and budget should be concentrated first for maximum protection.