Risk Assessment

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Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

BugSec’s Defensive division has created several risk assessment services that will allow an organization to take it’s a step toward a more secure future.

An information security Risk Assessment examination encompasses many IT aspects which are part of the organization’s information business process. Within the framework of the assessment, Bugsec specialist are mapping the required assets relevant to the examination. By interviews of key personnel and a technical hands-on review we are discovering potential weaknesses and advising on recommended mitigation solutions.

Security controls, data processes, information flows and organizational policy and procedures are taken into consideration, analyzed and then compiled onto an information security risks report.

Numerous risks may affect the organization’s information assets, such as flawed architectural network design or compartmentalization; lack of security control; erroneous configuration; excess allocation of authorization; possible information leakage of data; deficient password management; inaccurate information availability and recovery planning.

Whether small scaled IT system or large enterprise, our team of specialists are working through a defined working methodology to clients the best result assessing risks.


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An information security Risk Assessment is a complex examination mechanism that encompasses all the aspects that come into direct or indirect contact with the organization’s information systems. Within the framework of the assessment, the organization’s information systems are mapped to an abstract level, at which it is easier to examine their different components and grade the level of risk derived from all the systems.
Numerous risks may affect the organization’s information assets, such as flawed allocation of authorizations to employees in various departments; information leakage among departments; lack of compartmentalization; deficient password management; uncoordinated information availability; recovery following a disaster; and erroneous firewall definitions.
The risks are determined in accordance with the level of importance of the organization’s assets; therefore the performance of the assessment is subject to the cooperation of its various departments. By mapping and assessing the risks, it is possible to arrive at an organized plan according to which penetration tests will be carried out on the systems, based on their importance to the organization.

During the execution of a Risk Assessment for a particular customer, we review the organization’s full architecture, all encryption configurations that are being used, the OS servers and user management interface, as well as the auditing, logging and security monitoring tools.
All our conclusions and recommendations are being presented to the customer in a detailed report.


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