A Cybersecurity Risk Assessment

90% of cybersecurity breaches are due to human error. 60% of Small Businesses will CLOSE within 6 months of a breach. Cyber Insurance companies are actively denying claims.

Helps you identify and prioritize risks!

Find out EXACTLY where your vulnerabilities are & focus your resources on the MOST pressing issues.

Helps you protect your assets!

Cybersecurity risks can have SERIOUS consequences: Financial losses, reputational damage, and legal liabilities. Take steps to PREVENT them from occurring!

Helps you comply with regulations!

HIPAA for the healthcare industry, FTC Safeguards for financial institutions, PCI DSS for the payment card industry. Avoid costly fines and penalties!!

Helps you improve efficiency!

What’s the dollar sign value of a breach? Let’s not find out!! Avoid downtime and improve your team’s efficiency and processes!

Protect the People
Protect the Processes
Protect the Technology
Protect the Data
  • According to the 2022 research, 67 percent of companies are experiencing between 21 and more than 40 incidents per year. This is an increase from 60 percent in 2020 and 53 percent in 2018 of companies having between 21 and more than 40 incidents.
  • Monitoring and surveillance and escalation have increased the most since 2016, 114% and 113%, respectively. The average annual increase in activity costs is 80 percent since 2016.
  • The total average cost of activities to resolve insider threats over a 12-month period is $15.4 million. Companies in North America experienced the highest total cost at $17.53 million.
  • According to the findings, 56% of incidents experienced by organizations represented in this research were due to negligence, and the average annual cost to remediate the incident was $6.6 million.
  • A total of 3,807 attacks (or 56 percent) were caused by employee or contractor negligence. Criminal or malicious insiders caused another 1,749 attacks (or 26 percent) and there were 1,247 credential thefts (18 percent). .
  • Large organizations with a headcount of more than 75,000 spent an average of $22.68 million over the past year to resolve insider related incidents. To deal with the consequences of an insider incident, smaller-sized organizations with a headcount below 500 spent an average of $8.13 million.
  • Credential thefts have almost doubled since the last study and cost the most to remediate.