Security Risk Assessment.
Cybercrime is a serious threat to your business. Security risk assessments help you identify your cyber risks and vulnerabilities, and guide you to a stronger security posture.
Your people, processes and data are vital to your business. But amidst the rise of flexible working and a rapidly evolving threat landscape, they are more likely to be fall victim to a cyberattack than ever before. A security risk assessment from 848 will provide you with a clear understanding of your level of defence, and expert guidance to help you better protect your business and maintain a stronger security posture.
With a team of cloud specialists and cyber security experts, we can deliver a detailed security risk assessment of your IT infrastructure, benchmarked against industry-leading best practise and controls, including those outlined by Microsoft and the Centre for Internet Security (CIS).
This evaluation enables us to identify your risk, any areas of vulnerability, and security gaps in your architecture. We then provide you with the clear actions and recommendations to mitigate risks and patch your vulnerabilities, to protect your critical data and maintain a stronger security posture. Our security reviews can also enable businesses to make better use of their resources, helping them assure a compliant and optimised security estate that works for them.
Make smarter choices with a security assessment
At 848, we take security and data protection seriously. We operate under industry best practise, have our own team of security specialists, and are certified by Cyber Essentials, demonstrating our commitment to threat protection. We’re here to help you improve your cyber security, by equipping you with the insights you need to build an effective security risk management strategy. Plus, we have the trusted capabilities to implement the controls for you too.
Why Do I Need a Security Risk Assessment?
Cyberattacks are on the rise, with an increasing success rate. The financial implications of a data breach and the damage to your reputation that follows can range from serious to catastrophic. That’s why it’s vital to have a robust cyber security strategy to protect you from threats. However, to develop an effective strategy, you first need to understand your security posture.
A security risk assessment or vulnerability assessment enables you to understand all of the aspects of your security landscape, such as your risk level and potential gateways for cybercriminals to gain access. It also provides you with expert guidance and recommendations to improve your security posture, by mitigating risks and implementing with controls that are appropriate for your organisation.
Get a clear understanding of your security landscape in both cloud and hybrid environments
We’ll identify your gaps and security risks and explain their potential implications
Receive expert advice and clear recommendations to improve your security posture
Learn how to mitigate risk and patch vulnerabilities to protect your business
Guaranteed thorough process using our robust Plan, Build, Run methodology
Delivered in line with industry-leading CIS and Microsoft security standards
We can help you implement controls and security measures appropriate for your organisation
Get support to better protect your critical IT infrastructure from cyberattacks
What Types of Security Risk Assessments Can I Choose From?
At 848, we know every business is different. This means your cyber security needs and level of protection will be different. That’s why we offer a wide range of security risks assessments and vulnerability assessments that can be tailored to you needs.
We can evaluate and assess the security risks across your entire critical infrastructure, whether it is based in the cloud or in a hybrid environment. We can also help your business strengthen specific systems and configurations. Just tell us what you want to do, and we’ll help you achieve it. Get in touch to learn more, or check out some of our security risk assessment offers below.
Microsoft 365 3-Day security risk assessment.
848 offer a detailed 3-day security assessment for your Microsoft 365 environment to validate the current level of protection it provides. The security risk assessment will look at both the security policies and technical implementation within your Microsoft 365 subscription to gain a deep understanding of your risks or potential weak spots.
We will create a detailed report that clearly explains the findings of the assessment, to assure you have an understanding of your current risk level and the potential implications if these aren’t addressed. We will offer clear steps and recommendations underpinned by industry best practise, of how to mitigate the risks identified, minimise your vulnerabilities and strengthen your overall security across Microsoft 365.
Whether you have deployed Microsoft 365 on a hybrid basis, or solely in the cloud, 848 can provide your business with expert guidance and a tailored roadmap to a more secure infrastructure.Learn More
Azure IaaS 3-day security risk assessment.
Our Azure IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) 3-day security risk assessment reviews and evaluates the security posture of your existing IT infrastructure and workloads running in the Azure cloud. The scope of the review includes but is not limited to the analysis of your security centre, virtual machines, identity and access management, networking that runs in Azure and more.
We’ll undertake a vulnerability assessment of your Azure environments and security policies, and a technical review of the security configuration within your Azure subscription, then provide you with a detailed report with your current cyber security state.
Our Azure experts will also outline recommendations of how to mitigate risk, close security gaps, and increase the strength of your Azure estate, ensuring your cloud IT that underpins your core business operations is best protected.Learn More
Network Security Audit.
A network security audit is a risk assessment or review of your network security measures, frameworks and protocols. It is used to assess your current level of defence and identify potential network vulnerabilities, entry points for attacks, and other areas in your security infrastructure that may require improvement.
Performing a network security audit is a critical step to understanding how well your organisation is protected against cyber threats – both internal and external. Network security audits are not a one-off activity and should be performed on an ongoing basis to ensure your network security evolves as your business and the threat landscape it operates in changes.Learn More