Cyber Security Maturity Assessment
ENSL Cyber Security Maturity Assessment
The compliance obligations on organisations from statutory, legislative and regulatory burden is increasing – whilst the threats from adversaries including internal resources, competitors, organised crime, nation-states and activists are growing in complexity and volume.
The survival of any organisation in the digital age is dependent on continually evolvement of their cyber security architecture to respond to the changing digital environment. By working with your team we can help you take a pro-active approach to managing your cyber risk. This can enable you to take control of uncertainty and turn the digital environment into a genuine strategic advantage.
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The ENSL Cyber Security Maturity Assessment (ECSMA) provides an independent and in-depth review of your organisation’s ability to protect information assets against relevant threats. The ECSMA appraoch assesses compliance with several industry requirements, as well as the following control sets and frameworks such as:
ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (ISO 27001)
National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Cyber Essentials
National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Cyber Essentials Plus
Centre for Internet Security Top 20 Common Security Controls (CSC20)
Department of Energy Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model (DOE-C2M2)
NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF)
NIST Special Publication 800-53 (NIST 800-53)
NIST Special Publication 800-171 (NIST 800-171)
What are the benefits of ECSMA?
Our ECSMA approach will
Measure progress against mandates and achieves compliance standards
Identify the areas with the highest risks for immediate remediation actions
Identify the greatest threat and attack vectors to the organisation
Prioritise future cyber security investment and shows measurable success to Executive Management and the Board
A step by step approach
The ECSMA team takes a positive view to managing cyber security
ENSL experts will work with your team to conducting a combination of interviews, workshops, policy and process reviews and technical testing.
A definition of the “as is’” information security posture is deduced by assessing the maturity level of your current information security controls and reviewing the compliance requirements of your organization.
An executive summary and scorecard will be presented for consumption by senior stakeholders. In addition, a recommendation of improvement points and an action plan on approach to improve the maturity level of your organization’s Cybersecurity will be made available. The action plan will guide you on improvement areas such as Threat detection & prevention, response, Threat Intelligence and Governance.