- An information security risk assessment is how an organization gets serious about security. Whether the first time a company takes a look at their information security or they are in a year-over-year program, the risk assessment is the first step to understanding what needs to be done and by who. Additionally, risk assessments are prescribed by nearly all Security Standards and frameworks, because they are such a powerful tool for improving your Information Security posture. By leveraging the combined years of experience of our certified teams at ICSG, your organization can find out whether the information security program needs to go to the next level or if needs to have a few adjustments.
- ESX offers Risk assessments for big or small organizations alike and covers a multitude of standards. An ESX risk assessment always includes engagement with a seasoned assessor who will review your architecture, and the needs of the organization in the information security space. Get a comprehensive report with actionable recommendations on how to right size the organization’s information security.
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Frequently Asked Questions
We don’t know what we don’t know. That is what a risk assessment is all about. It allows an organization to get a good picture of the organizational risk that surrounds the information security systems and processes. After we know what holes we have in the defenses we can figure which are the most important to fix.
Risk assessments should be performed at least annually, when there are major changes to the network environment, and after an information security incident.
Yes! The ESX professionals have the skills and tools needed to provide you any type of, or customized risk assessment. We can even combine types of required risk assessments into one to save your team time away from the day-to-day.
We know that every organization is different and requires a slightly different approach. Reach out using our website chat, phone, or form in order to talk more about your organization’s security desires and requirements.