What is it?
A systematic process of identifying, analyzing, and evaluating potential threats, vulnerabilities, and risks associated with an organization’s information systems, networks, and digital assets.
The primary objective of this assessment is to understand the likelihood and impact of various security risks to understand the organization’s overall risk exposure and provide advice.
Why you need a proper Cybersecurity Threat and Exposure Analysis
A cybersecurity threat and exposure analysis is a crucial component of a comprehensive security program. FYEO can help your organization to proactively identify potential security issues that exist during the due diligence phase of investment.
Cybersecurity Threat and Exposure Analysis Process
1. Asset identification
Cataloging all digital assets, including hardware, software, networks, and data.
4. Risk analysis
Evaluating the likelihood and potential impact of each threat exploiting a vulnerability, considering factors such as existing security controls, historical data, and the threat landscape.
2. Threat identification
Identifying potential threats, such as malware, phishing attacks, ransomware, insider threats, and natural disasters, that can harm the organization's assets.
5. Risk prioritization
Ranking the identified risks based on their potential impact and likelihood, which helps organizations prioritize their resources and efforts on the most critical risks.
3. Vulnerability assessment
Analyzing the organization's infrastructure and processes to identify weaknesses that can be exploited by threat actors.
6. Documentation and reporting
Documenting the entire process, findings, and recommendations to provide a clear understanding of the organization's risk posture and help in decision-making.
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