GRF is dedicated to safeguarding the integrity of our client’s information technology systems. Our service approach is systematic and heavily focused on timely, responsive, and clear communications. Performed by CISA-certified auditors, our in-depth understanding of the cyber risk landscape, pressing regulations, and recommended frameworks assures you of an accurate and value-added assessment. We evaluate each client’s cybersecurity posture and overall IT risk against changes relating to digital transformation, emerging threats, and the increasing regulatory environment. Our practical, right-sized solutions are based on your organizational context to address your most important issues.
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Effective cybersecurity is based on an internal program that proactively monitors and anticipates evolving threats. A proactive approach to cybersecurity is your organization’s best defense.
With a remote or hybrid workforce, your organization’s success depends on managing cybersecurity risk. Find out where you are in your cybersecurity journey.
A 501(c)(6) national trade association based in Washington, DC has been digitally transforming their organization proactively over the past few years. With an annual budget of $2.7 M, the organization, like many of its peers, has incorporated cutting-edge technologies into their operations in order to streamline processes and increase efficiency. Unfortunately, a greater reliance on information systems and outsourced service providers has created a new set of security and privacy concerns.
What are the cybersecurity vulnerabilities you need to be aware of? In this Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Scorecard 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.
Successful cybersecurity programs include a combination of elements, including leadership buy-in, end-user training, leveraging existing tools, using multi-factor authentication, and using effective cloud security. Our report details these critical elements and provides recommended resources for improving your cybersecurity posture.