Is it time to take a Cyber Health Check?

Discover your weak points before attackers do!

Dorota Gibiino 02 August 2022

Cyber is constantly changing, what worked last year may not be fit for purpose this year.

If you're not sure how secure your business is from cyber threats, or where to prioritise your efforts then it's time to check with a free cyber health check. Easily identify any areas of weakness and receive recommended ways to improve your security and reduce the risk of cyber-attacks and data breaches.

What does a cyber health check do?

A cyber health check will look at your systems from both the technical and human sides, giving you an insight into how secure your system is, as well as how well employees understand cybersecurity. It will also help you identify any potential gaps in your policies.

A cyber health check will identify:

  • What services you use (and why)
  • Who's using them (and why)
  • How they're being used (and why)
  • What security measures are in place (and how effective they are)

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So, what is the difference between a cyber health check and a cyber security audit?

The difference between these two services is that while both look at the same things (i.e., systems and policies), audits tend to focus on compliance with industry standards, while health checks are more concerned with risk reduction.

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What is a cyber health check?

A cyber health check is a service that provides a comprehensive examination of an organisation's digital systems and helps to identify any vulnerabilities, risks and gaps in protection. It is designed to help you understand the current state of your digital infrastructure so that you can take action to improve security and reduce the risk of cyber-attacks and data breaches.