Ingalls Information Security’s risk assessment is the critical first step in determining where your most significant risks are, helping you recognize where resources should be invested.
What Is a vCISO?
A risk assessment is a process to identify potential hazards and analyze what could happen if a hazard occurred. Sometimes this process can be called Business Impact Analysis (BIA) which is a process for identifying and determining the potential impacts resulting from breach or cybersecurity incident.
Mitigate the Risk of Hackers and Cyber Threats
Understand Your Cybersecurity Risk so It Can Be Properly Managed
In matters of security risk and assessment, we believe that risk drives security and security drives compliance. Compliance should never drive security.
Typically, the only security risks businesses identify are security compliance laws and requirements. Most businesses do not even know if they need to follow these regulations or not because they have not performed their IT security risk assessment. It is vital for a business to identify the IT environment and infrastructure to figure out the vulnerabilities, identify threats and understand the potential capabilities of attackers. Once the risk assessment is done, we can apply effective security controls to mitigate the risk. Compliance reports can then be generated to confirm you are compliant with all regulations.
Key Benefits of a Risk Assessment
360 Degree View
A deep dive into understanding your business processes; technology and information environment; technical, administrative, and physical safeguards; and compliance requirements.
Assessment of your company’s risk based on the threats, attacker capabilities, and system vulnerabilities.
An in-depth risk assessment that identifies areas of risk, the magnitude of potential loss, and the probability that loss will occur.
Professional Services Brochure
Our Professional Services team has expert consultants who specialize in developing integrated cybersecurity risk management services that can be customized for any business or organization. Download the PDF brochure to learn more.
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