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Cyber Risk Assessment

Routinely identifying and managing your cyber risks within the context of your business operations is imperative because your environment changes with each new user, device, and tool. Meanwhile, the threat landscape – discovered vulnerabilities, threat tactics, frameworks, regulations, and best practices – are also evolving. We offer IT risk assessments that provide you with the knowledge to manage your risks, protect your business, and appropriately leverage your IT budget to protect key assets.

Understand & manage your cyber risk.

Cyber risk assessments are the foundation of cybersecurity management. A cyber risk assessment’s goal is to identify the cyber risks throughout your organization, the risk mitigation controls currently in place, the likelihood and impact of the exploitation of each risk, and opportunities to further strengthen risk mitigation strategies.

Understanding inherent and residual risks provides an organization with better insight into the organization’s cybersecurity posture and enables the alignment of talent and financial resources to further minimize identified risks. Cyber risk assessments empower organizations to not only recognize their risks, but also take control of them.

Whether you are new to IT assessments or seeking fresh perspectives as a seasoned professional, Skinner Technology Group is here to help you identify, understand, and manage your risk. Cyber risk assessments are versatile tools that can be repeatedly used to adapt to the ever-evolving landscape of your business operations and the cyber threat environment.

Frameworks we leverage include NIST Cybersecurity Framework, the Center for Internet Security Risk Assessment Method (CIS RAM), ISACA Cyber Maturity Framework, the FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool, and HIPAA Privacy & Security Risk Analysis.

Keep reading: Four reasons to performa cyber risk and vulnerability assessment

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