The same is true of Cyber Security, it’s a jungle out there, risk is everywhere, and it’s hard to know what to do, and in what order, to get where you want to be. You could consider a framework like ISO27001 or NIST as the map, or certainly the directions, of what you need to do to make yourselves safer. But if you don’t know where you are as stands, even the best framework is going to be difficult to adhere to, and even if you do know, that guide or expert is still going to come in handy.
Pinpointing, or benchmarking your position, relative to the risk you face as a business, and then plotting a course to the right size security destination, isn’t easy, or at least it hasn’t been until now.
As the CAF is not a pass/fail standard, it avoids the trap of people limiting scope in order to get a badge. If you want to improve security for the right reasons, to reduce risk, and to make yourselves more resilient, it’s the ideal framework to use.
The first thing we do with customers who want to go on a security maturity journey in-line with the CAF is conduct a Cyber Resilience Assessment (CRA) to set the benchmark. This process is conducted via our Saepio Hub, a custom-built portal for the Saepio vCISO team and our customers to interact and safely share data.
As the assessment is undertaken by an industry expert with at least 15 years of experience they can interpret the findings and start adding value immediately.
So if you are lost, and you don’t know which way to go to make things better?
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