From Insights to Action to Protection
Assess and Decide
A cybersecurity assessment evaluates the efficacy of your organization’s cybersecurity measures in addressing vulnerabilities. Unlike a cybersecurity audit that follows a checklist, risk assessments should be conducted with consideration for your organization’s business goals. This approach provides a broad overview of the weaknesses in your network, enabling security teams to implement appropriate controls to mitigate risks.
Prevent Cyber Attacks Before They
Compromise Your Business
To ensure your organization is adequately equipped to combat various security threats, it is essential to conduct a thorough cybersecurity evaluation. This assessment serves the purpose of detecting weaknesses, addressing security gaps, and ensuring you maintain compliance. It also enables key stakeholders and board members to stay informed about your organization’s cybersecurity status, which can facilitate better decision-making regarding the integration of security measures into daily operations.
Key Components of a Security Assessment
It’s never been more important to protect your business using the best cybersecurity solutions available. What you might not realize is how much cybersecurity can help you save in the long run, especially as cyberattacks become more prevalent and sophisticated.
- Vulnerability & Gap Assessments
- NIST & CIS Alignments
- Compliance Assessments and Attestations
- Threat Recon – Tabletop Exercises
- Vendor Management Risk Assessment
- Cyber Risk Report
- Cyber Defense Matrix Plan
- Cybersecurity Investment Strategy
The Numbers Don’t Lie
As a proven trusted advisor for contact center solutioning and sourcing, Bluewave recognized our clients’ needs were much wider and deeper than just these services. Bluewave has grown to meet our clients’ contact center, CX, and CCaaS demands. Our team of contact center consulting advisors enables Bluewave to offer new levels of inspection, design, and implementation support, regardless of platform, for our clients’ environments.
- The average cost of a data breach in 2021 was $4.24 million – the highest in history. (IBM Cost of a Data Breach Report 2021)
- The number of publicly reported data compromises through Q321 exceeded the total of events in FY2020 by 17%. The trendline points to a record-breaking year for data compromises. (ITRC’s 2021 Data Breach Analysis)
- In 2020, 23% of data breaches were caused by human error. (IMB Cost of a Data Breach Report 2020)
- 53% of companies found over 1,000 sensitive files open to every employee. (Varonis)
- The economic value of preventing a cyberattack ranges from $396k to $1.37 million. (Ponemon Institute)
- More than 280 million people are affected by data breaches each year. In 2018 alone, 2.2 billion were affected. (Identity Threat Resource Center)