The Incident Response Readiness Audit “the Audit” is a readiness audit and is aligned with international standards and frameworks. It is not a risk assessment, and the auditor does not undertake any review of the effectiveness of the organisations Incident Response process. The Audit is an independently conducted by Cybercraft certified auditors.
The Cybercraft Incident Responses Readiness Audit has been developed to help businesses understand their gaps in respect to incident response, or to establish if their current capability is match fit.
Independent external audit, conducted by our certified auditors and business experts
Clear picture of your readiness to deal with an unexpected cyber incident or data breach
Reveals strengths and weaknesses in your technical and management response capability
Gives you contemporary and unique insights, improves risk management
Lacks the impartiality and comprehensive outlook necessary for thorough risk evaluation
Lack the objective perspective required to truly assess your readiness for a cyber incident or data
Unintentionally overlook or downplay weaknesses in your technical and management response capability
Based on the IT direct involvement with your systems, these insights might lack the contemporary perspective
In New Zealand there is still a "she'll be right" attitude. While this can be a positive mindset in many aspects of business, it's not an approach we can afford when it comes to cyber risk.
The Audit's objective is not to expose vulnerabilities for criticism but to highlight areas for improvement and provide clear direction for advancing your cyber risk. In this era of digital connectivity, proactivity in cyber defence is not only essential but also a prudent business move.
This is assisting organisations with creating a risk management framework that will assist in helping the organisation create better detection on potential cyber-attacks and to become more cyber resilient.
Cybercraft assists businesses in cyber resilience which is a core organisational function to protect reputation, finances and legal obligation. Cyber resilience is the outcome and Cybercraft use cyber risk (governance and management) and cyber security to achieve cyber resilience.