A cybersecurity assessment is a process of evaluating an organization’s information systems and security measures to identify potential
vulnerabilities and threats. The assessment may involve reviewing the organization’s policies, procedures, and technical controls to ensure they are effective in safeguarding against cyber attacks.
The ultimate goal of a cybersecurity assessment is to identify weaknesses and gaps in an organization’s security posture and provide
recommendations to improve its overall security level. The assessment can help organizations to identify and mitigate potential security risks, improve their overall cybersecurity strategy, and better protect sensitive information from unauthorized access or theft.
Optionally after concluding we can perform a penetration test, also known as a pen test, this is a cybersecurity technique that simulates a realworld cyber attack on an organization’s network, applications, or systems. The goal of a penetration test is to identify vulnerabilities in the organization’s security controls that could potentially be exploited by attackers.