The Cyber Security Maturity Model analyses an organisations cyber security and compliance requirements to establish the effectiveness of current security measures
It also evaluates whether the current position aligns with organisational maturity targets based on risk appetite, stakeholder expectations and regulatory/legal requirements.
Understanding your position highlights areas for improvement and priority of the investment required to keep your data and reputation safe.
The assessment identifies where security measures are less mature than industry accepted good practice and where efforts must be concentrated to improve the organisations posture
Customers should consider undertaking a cyber security maturity assessment if they would like to:
Create a stronger security culture within the company
Ensure that the organisation is prepared to face the evolving security threat landscape
Understand what actions must be undertaken to improve security
Independent non-technical explanation. Recommended actions, in-line with the organisations risk appetite
It is increasingly common that executives must reassure and actively provide evidence – to customers and stakeholders – that appropriate information management safeguards are in place.
Your organisations key decision makers are provided with an independent non-technical explanation of the current cyber maturity levels and recommended actions, in-line with the organisations risk appetite and desired maturity.