What is a cyber security risk assessment?
A cyber security risk assessment is the process of identifying, analysing, and evaluating potential vulnerabilities in your organisation’s digital infrastructure that could compromise the integrity of your data, systems and processes.
As technology continues to evolve, cyber attackers are becoming more prevalent than ever before. At FractalScan, we understand the importance of cyber security and offer a powerful tool that can help your business uncover potential weak points and minimise the likelihood of security breaches and attacks.
About our cyber security platform
Our platform is a cyber security assessment tool that empowers businesses to identify potential vulnerabilities in their digital infrastructure. With our platform, you can passively scan all your online assets, including third-party systems, evaluate any vulnerabilities and generate a comprehensive report that prioritises risks based on their severity. We even have a built-in Kanban board where you can plan the remediation activities, assigning each task to your team to action and resolve the identified risk.
There are numerous benefits to conducting a cyber security risk assessment for your business, including:
Cyber security assessments assist businesses in identifying potential vulnerabilities that could be exploited by cyber attackers
Conducting a cyber assessment can help pinpoint potential risks and provide insights into how to reduce and manage those risks effectively
Compliance with regulations
A cybersecurity risk assessment can help to ensure compliance with regulations such as HIPAA, GDPR and PCI.
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Who would need a cyber security risk assessment?
Cyber security risk assessments are beneficial for organisations of all sizes, but they are especially important for organisations that:
- Handle sensitive data, such as financial or medial information.
- Are subject to regulatory compliance requirements.
- Are undergoing significant changes, such as a merge or acquisition.
- Are implementing new technologies.
Even if your organisation does not fall into any of these categories, it is still a good idea to conduct regular cyber risk assessments to ensure that your systems are as secure as possible.