Assessment of Cyber Security Maturity

Ensure that your security programme follows industry best practises.

What is the status of your security strategy?

What are your most significant dangers?

What areas should you concentrate your attention on? Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment uses known cyber-frameworks and cybersecurity best practises to answer these questions about your current security programme.

While the Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment is especially beneficial to medium and large firms, it may assist any company.

The Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment’s purpose is to provide you a snapshot of your present security posture, an impartial assessment of existing strategies, and a roadmap for strategic planning.

It will also assist your firm in developing tactical and strategic directions to help your security programme evolve and improve. Not to mention, aligning your security programme with the best practises highlighted in the evaluation can help you meet (and even surpass) industry compliance requirements.

How Does It Work?

By measuring your organization’s defensive posture, the Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment focuses on particular procedures that safeguard vital assets, infrastructure, applications, and data. The evaluation also looks at operational best practises for each control area, as well as the efficacy and maturity of internal policies and procedures.

The Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment is normally conducted against the CIS Top 20 Critical Security Controls, although it may be customised to correspond with a variety of cybersecurity control sets and frameworks depending on your organization’s objectives, industry, and maturity level. We presently specialise in the following control sets and frameworks:

NIST Framework for Cybersecurity (NIST CSF) 800-53 NIST Special Publication (NIST 800-53) , 800-171 NIST Special Publication, (NIST 800-171) ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (ISO 27001)

Data Security Standard for the Payment Card Industry (PCI DSS)

New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation 23 NYCRR 500: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) (NYDFS)

Our resident Advisory Services specialists, who have an average of over 20 years of expertise in various areas of security and compliance, will perform your evaluation.

This guarantees that your strategy is tailored to the demands of your company. will incorporate a validated external vulnerability assessment (up to one external /24 CIDR range) as part of the Cybersecurity Maturity assessment, verifying critical and high vulnerabilities, as well as an electronic social engineering exercise.

The electronic Social Engineering phishing exercise is carried out for up to 10 workers and uses a simple pretence to assess employee security awareness by trying to steal passwords.

Overview of Assessment

But what exactly does the evaluation entail?

In-person interviews, remote phone or video interviews, a validated external vulnerability assessment, email phishing, and a full analysis of policy documents and operational processes are all part of a Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment engagement.

We want to be as efficient as possible, therefore be prepared to respond to inquiries about people, procedures, and technology (with the focus being on people and processes).

We’ll go into the details of architecture, strategy, risk, and roadmap to develop a holistic picture of your security environment.

The following will be included in the final product:

  • A one-page executive summary with a scorecard and executive analysis
  • A route plan for your company
  • Important tactical and strategic suggestions
  • The consultant’s observations (s)
  • Gaps and target areas have been identified.
  • A comprehensive report to assist management
  • The purpose of the study is to target the areas with the most effect and risk, and to provide thorough information to your subject matter experts for implementation inside your firm.