September 9, 2021

Remote work has exposed existing cybersecurity vulnerabilities and created new ones. How is your organization responding? The GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard provides a baseline diagnostic to help you analyze your organization’s risk and develop an appropriate compliance strategy. You may be surprised to discover you already have the right tools – you just aren’t leveraging them.

In this Blog Series, we provide detail on 20 different risk categories that are assessed in our diagnostic tool. For each risk category, we explain the potential weaknesses and vulnerabilities risks that exist and how to identify them in your systems.

Our first posts focus on Safeguards, Privacy, and Resiliency. Future posts will cover vulnerabilities in Reputation.

Safeguard risks:

Digital Footprint
Patch Management
Application Security
CDN Security
Website Security

Privacy risks:

SSL/TLS Strength
Credential Management
Hacktivist Shares
Social Network
Information Disclosure

Resiliency:

Attack Surface
DNS Health
Email Security
DDoS Resiliency
Network Security

Reputation Risks:

Brand Monitoring
IP Reputation
Fraudulent Applications
Fraudulent Domains
Web Ranking

For more information about GRF’s Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard, reach out to our IT & Risk Supervisor Darren Hulem, CISA, Security +, or Risk Analyst Tom Brown, CAPM, through our contact us page.

GRF Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard