Cyber Risk Assessment is a comprehensive assessment providing a clear statement of cyber risk to the Board and the executive to determine risk appetite, and prioritisation of remediation and funding. A tailored report provides a measured cyber risk maturity of the organisation, and provides a clear statement of cyber risk, supported by a comprehensive and rigorous testing process.Find Out More
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Many organisations talk about cyber risk and cyber risk management. However, not many organisations demonstrate an understanding or commitment to information security and the core principles at both governance and management levels.
For clients determining the right cyber risk partner, these can become primary differentiators between organisations delivering cyber related services. Client need the confidence that their cyber partners walk the walk, not just talk and talk.
Comprehensive Cyber Risk Assessment
Cybercraft has proposed a comprehensive Cyber Risk Assessment, which provides a comprehensive review of the business management, controls and capability in respect to cyber risk. The assessment includes a combination of security testing, management interviews, reviews of policies and processes to determine the cyber risks to the organisation.
Globally Recognised Controls
We use the globally recognised CIS Controls and NIST Cybersecurity Framework as the basis for evaluating controls in the Cyber Risk Assessments. These frameworks are well-established and documented, and will support any future cyber risk initiatives.
The Cyber Risk Assessment is fundamentally an objective gap analysis of the cyber risk position of the business. It is the first step in providing a clear statement of Cyber risk to the board and executive to determine risk appetite and prioritisation of remediation and funding.
This is based on lead indicators to identify cyber risks within the organisation for Executive and Directors to understand risks and prioritise further cyber risks and initiatives.
This is implementing the information security standard internationally recognised and independently audited which provides a statement of assurance that an organisation is fully committed to protecting information and have established the appropriate practices to support this.