CYBER RISK ASSESSMENT
Test your strengths. Know your weaknesses.
Since 2001, NetDiligence has conducted thousands of enterprise-level QuietAudit® Cyber Risk Assessments for a broad variety of corporate and non-profit clients. Our time-tested risk management approach (eliminate, mitigate, accept and cede residual risk) enables us to effectively help organizations of all types and sizes manage their cyber risk.
NetDiligence® QuietAudit® Cyber Risk Assessments are a thorough, efficient way for your organization to document it’s data security posture and cyber risk readiness. Insurers recognize the value of a NetDiligence assessment; it allows them to validate that your organization has key safeguards and practices in place.
Whether you want a basic Cyber Health Check or a more in-depth evaluation, NetDiligence can provide you with the indepent, objective assessment you need.
Cyber Health Check
NetDiligence assesses data security strengths and weaknesses, including data security “scores” for each key practice area. Our survey contains detailed questions that measure the organization’s practices to the spirit of ISO 27002 security standard. NetDiligence’s Executive Summary report of its findings includes actionable recommendations to improve the organization’s overall cyber risk posture.
CFO Cyber Assessment
The CFO Cyber Risk Assessment combines our Cyber Health Check assessment with an independent, objective review of your organization’s security and privacy practices. We also perform a
remotely delivered scan of your perimeter network devices such as firewall, web server, email server, etc. to mitigate vulnerabilities and stave off potential attacks. Up to eight systems are tested.
Vulnerability Scan Test
For a ‘hands-on’ analysis of how well your network is protected against threats and vulnerabilities, NetDiligence offers a network vulnerability scanning service to test the effectiveness of firewalls and web servers. This service can identify 6000+ vulnerabilities that hackers exploit, including unpatched, non-hardened or misconfigured externally-facing network servers and devices.