Cyber Security Maturity Assessment

How well can your cyber security team detect and respond to attacks? How mature are your cyber security capabilities against today’s best practices?

The Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment is a streamlined process that organisations undertake to evaluate and measure the effectiveness of their overall cybersecurity capabilities and readiness. This assessment is valuable for making informed decisions on cybersecurity investments, improvements, and strategic planning.

To improve security efforts, organizations should conduct them regularly to certify they are reasonably prepared to mitigate cyber risks and protect their valuable assets.

In simple terms, this is such a model that describes a variety of competencies that you would expect to see in an organisation with an effective approach to cybersecurity. There will be a description of the typical procedures and activities associated with each competency, at varying stages of development.

Core Objectives

  • Determine the organization’s current state of cyber security maturity, identify strengths and weaknesses, analyse areas of improvement and develop a structured roadmap for enhancing overall cybersecurity posture.
  • Achieve adversaries’ objectives through 5 stages – i) Change, ii) Continuity, iii) Cost, iv) Compliance & v) Coverage
  • Safeguard network resources and ensure uninterrupted operations


  • Scoping
  • Environment Overview
  • Control Analysis
  • Identify Vulnerabilities
  • Determine Relevant Threats
  • Respond to active threats
  • Cover infected endpoints
  • Patch Management
  • Comparing your organisation to how it looked in the past, to track improvements over time
  • Comparing your organisation to how it should look in the future after a roadmap of improvements is completed
  • Identification of gaps between the current state and desired/target maturity levels through the NIST cyber security framework and ISO/IEC 27001 and 27002
  • Aggregating the maturity scores from various dimensions, such as governance, risk management, security operations, and incident response
  • Assessing the degree to which the company controls user access and rights to lower the danger of insider threats
  • Making sure that stakeholders and staff follow the security policies and guidelines that have been set forth
  • Evaluating the company's capacity to identify and reduce cybersecurity threats related to partners and third-party vendors
  • Making Remediation Plan
  • Reviewing the existing security awareness and training programs
  • Giving suggestions for enhancing employee awareness and knowledge
  • Doing verification of compliance with relevant cybersecurity regulations and standards
  • Recommending the adoption of new technologies or optimizing existing ones

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