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The five main steps to creating a Cybersecurity Risk Assessment for your business:
“A cybersecurity risk assessment is a process of identifying, assessing, and prioritising risks to an organisation’s information and information systems. It helps organisations understand their current security posture and identify areas where they can improve their security controls.“
With nearly a third of businesses and a quarter of charities subjected to cyber attacks or breaches last year, the need to ensure you are as water-tight as possible has never been more urgent. Part of securing your organisation is to conduct a thorough risk assessment on your security procedures.
But where do you start? What should you include in a Cybersecurity Risk Assessment?
When creating a Cybersecurity Risk Assessment it should include the following:
This cybersecurity risk assessment process should be conducted on a regular basis to ensure that your security posture is up-to-date and that your risk management controls are effective.
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