Complete the Security Readiness Assessment Below Want to find out how susceptible you are to a breach? Complete the assessment and receive a custom score plus the tips needed to secure your organization. Step 1 of 13 7% How is Access Control managed?Access to systems is granted based on request and not based on business need. Access is managed through manual processes and reviewed on an ad-hoc basis.Access is provided by internal business units and not through formalized mechanisms. Access is carried over as employees move internally. Access is not terminated with employment terminationPrivileged user accounts are not audited to determine whether the business need still persists.Access is controlled through formal mechanisms. Users receive periodic training. There is a formal policy that is sometimes enforced. All system administrators have privileged access.The principles of least privilege and separation of duty are fully implemented. Access is granted through formal process and is periodically reviewed. Unique accounts are created and managed via an automated solution. Privileged user accounts align with business requirements and require specialized training. Multifactor authentication is employed. How are Audit and Accountability performed?*Access to systems and data are not tracked or logged. Shared accounts exist in the environment. Administrators keep record of user credentials.Access is audited through manual processes when there is time. Some shared accounts exist in the environment. There is no formal policy that covers audit and accountability.Access is logged but not consistently reviewed. There is a formal policy that covers audit and accountability, but it is not enforced. There are shared accounts, but they are actively being decommissioned.Access is documented through automated process and is recorded in logs, which are reviewed regularly. Audit and accountability are covered in a formal policy that is approved by senior leadership. Users review and sign an acceptable use policy. How do you conduct Awareness and Training?*There is no annual or periodic user training.Users receive training for the job function but not for security.Users are required to undergo training, but there is no formal review of whether training is completed.Users receive periodic training both for their specific job function, as well as security training for risks to the organization. Training is documented and users who do not complete the training are followed up with. How do you perform Configuration Management?*Configuration changes are made on an ad-hoc basis and through no formal process. Changes are not documented or recorded. Changes are not tested prior to being implemented on production systems.Configuration changes approved through an ad-hoc process. are not tested prior to being implemented on production systems.Changes are made by authorized personnel. Those changes are sometimes. documented but not consistently. Changes are made to test systems before production systems.Changes are submitted to a formal change control board and reviewed for approval. Once changes are approved, they are implemented in a test environment prior to a production environment. Those changes are documented and retained. Enterprise changed are implemented iteratively. What is the Incident Response policy?*Incidents are not identified and responded to through internal processes. There is no formal incident response plan. Incidents are addressed on an ad-hoc basis and not based on real risk to the organization.There is an incident response plan in place, but it has not been tailored to the unique environment of the organization. Incidents are detected by an internal team, but there is no security team.There is an incident response plan. Incidents are not documented and tracked. Incident metrics are not tracked and reported to senior leadership.There is a formal incident response plan. Incidents are managed by a dedicated security response team. Incident are recorded and tracked to produce measurable security metrics. Incidents are qualified based on real risk and impact to the organization. Reports are generated and presented to leadership. How do you protect Sensitive Data?*Sensitive data is not tracked and mapped. Data is stored in multiple locations including servers, local drives, and cloud locations. Access to sensitive data is not granted through formal mechanisms or recorded. Data is not stored or processed through secure mechanisms.Sensitive data is tracked and can be mapped to authorized systems only. Third-parties with access are documented and tracked. Data is stored securely (encrypted), but is not always transmitted over secure channels.Sensitive data is accessed internally and by authorized personnel only. Data is backed up, but backups are not verified for integrity and availability. Data is secured in every state, including transmission, processing, and storage.Sensitive information is not stored on any systems visible form the public internet. Backups are kept in secured locations. Access is granted through a formal process and follows the principle of least privilege. Access is audited and logged. What is the Security Assessment strategy?*Security assessments have never been performed.Assessments are performed, but not regularly. Assessments have not formal structure and do not adhere to a proven methodology.Authorized assessments are performed regularly by an internal team.Assessments are performed on a regular basis. Assessments include both internal and external vulnerability scanning, configuration review, and penetration testing. Security performance is tracked and shows improvement. Do you perform Threat Hunting?*What is threat hunting?Security logs and events are occasionally monitored but not usually follow up on.Threat hunting is performed after a security event has occurred or an indicator of compromise has been detected.Automated proactive threat detection mechanisms are deployed on all servers and workstations. Logs and events are regularly reviewed and acted on. Network activity is monitored, logged, and reviewed for anomalous activity detection. How do you perform Penetration Testing?*We do not perform penetration testing.Penetration testing is performed with vulnerability scanning tools (Nessus, Retina, etc.)Penetration testing is regularly performed by third-party security teams. Vulnerabilities and findings are remediated as time permits.Penetration testing is performed at least twice per year. Both internal and external penetration testing are performed. Vulnerabilities and findings are remediated based on level of risk to the organization. How do you ensure Compliance and Regulation?*We do not know/do not conform to compliance and regulation requirements.General baselines and templates are employed.Security controls are applied to some of the systems in the environment. Critical and sensitive data is partially isolated and general controls are applied.Security controls are tailored to our unique organization and applied through automated mechanisms. Critical and sensitive data is segmented from the rest of the environment and stricter controls are applied. Specific requirements, such as data storage and records, are reviewed regularly and compliance is verified. How does your organization perform CISO Services?*We do not have a CISOSomeone in another leadership role performs the duties of the CISO.We use a remote/third-party CISO.We have a dedicated position/team that functions in the CISO capacity. How have you prepared for Long-Term Defense?*We have not developed a long-term defense strategyWe will rely on the mechanisms and controls we currently have in placeWe will introduce new tools and personnel as necessary.We have a defense in depth strategy that is adjusted based on security metrics. In addition, we have performed an impact analysis and developed a security roadmap for achieving a protected state going forward. 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