Liability & Security Risk Assessment
understand the risks of a cyber attack on your business
liability & security risk assessment
Learn how to minimize risk and recovery in the aftermath of an attack.
Attacks come in many forms, such as viruses, malware, cyber extortion and data theft. Cyber extortionists hold your information or system hostage in return for payment. Data thieves will steal client information for use in identity theft rings or other criminal activity. A data breach could be disastrous for your business. While losing a customer’s data would likely mean losing their business, depending on the nature of the loss, the client may also seek damages from you in court.
- An initial free consultation and security review to identify the state of your security as well as your knowledge about security.
- Development of a plan for further investigation, review, assessment and analysis to provide a detailed plan for putting your company in the position to claim that "Reasonable Security" has been implemented. Why "Reasonable Security?" If you look at all the lawsuits filed after a data breach, the two main complaints are that the company breached failed to implement "Reasonable Security" and they were negligent.
- Once the comprehensive Plan is developed, we will assist you in implementing the recommendations which include services we provide as well as products from companies we have partnered with or which we can recommend.
This will include a full risk assessment, full penetration test and vulnerability assessment, policy review and development, compliance review and implementation for HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, PCI, ISO, NIST, etc., cyber awareness training education and programs, data breach investigations, forensic investigations, legal support and more.