Australian businesses are battling an extremely high rate of cyberattacks, across different industries. From malware and ransomware, to phishing, to denial-of-service attacks; the threats out there are numerous. And any one of them can wreak havoc on your data, revenues and reputation.
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A cybersecurity risk assessment is designed to get a detailed view of the possible cyber threats to your business, and your capabilities to manage the associated risks. The range of threats varies across businesses, so an in-depth risk assessment becomes the first and key step in understanding the gaps and vulnerabilities in your existing policies and procedures. Other than understanding your own risk profile, risk assessments can help in identifying third and fourth-party risk, which is a crucial part of the journey in getting secure.
Without a thorough risk assessment in place, your business might not discover where the challenges lie, and what aspects of cybersecurity to prioritise and invest in, to prevent disruption.
A cybersecurity risk assessment is crucial for both SMEs and large enterprises alike because:
Know the strength and weaknesses of your current security architecture and get the next steps to improve this first line of defence
Get a comprehensive risk profile of all your business assets and processes
Discover the high-vulnerability aspects of your business operations and move quickly to secure them
Identify any compliance gaps across your business processes for all major regulations like PCI DSS, ISO 27001, GDPR, NIST Cybersecurity Framework and more
Get in-depth technical security assessments to detect malware, web apps and network security vulnerabilities, cloud security challenges and more
Vendor Risk Assessments help you understand your vendor risk profile and mitigate third and fourth-party risk rather than relying on incident response
Get started with a cybersecurity risk assessment right away. Let us identify your vulnerabilities before the hackers do.
At StickmanCyber our team conducts risk assessments in five phases, as outlined below:
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Cybersecurity is increasing globally and no one is immune, but the conversation can be highly technical and confusing for many. As the nature of cyber threats continues to evolve in frequency, complexity and scale, it's more important than ever that leaders have a solid understanding of the problems they might face, the common IT terminologies used, and the best ways to approach IT security conversations with colleagues and business leaders
Know your exact challenge and want a solution partner? Just starting out on the cybersecurity journey? The StickmanCyber team can help.