A risk analysis is an exercise focused on discovering, as its own name implies, risks/threats and the preparation of an action and continuous improvement plan to cover or reduce them to an acceptable level by the company.
A2SECURE always develops risk analysis projects with a very practical insight, aiming to help our clients to understand their situation in a comprehensive manner and to provide an improvement plan which meets their real needs.
“We evaluated other partners who could support us in improving our security and we have finally chosen A2SECURE, because it combines the best solution with a very personal and direct support.”
Atrapalo IT Director
In many cases, companies are aware that they must improve their security, but they do not know where to start. In such cases, the trend is generally to invest resources in various security solutions as a patch, which is a consequence of not having a proper strategy for improving security. The usefulness of risk analysis is precisely to avoid these situations, making companies aware of their weaknesses based on plausible threats and a clear strategy for improvement.
We work with international methodologies such as MAGERIT, OCTANE, ISO 27005.
However, in general, risk analysis projects are performed by achieving three well-defined phases consisting of:
The risk analysis services are tailor-made projects for our clients. Thus, our work begins and ends where the client requires, either with:
The result of this type of project is a detailed improvement plan, where the activities and projects that should be developed by the client according to its risks and resources are provided. This offers the opportunity to focus the process of improving in a strategic and controlled way according to the needs and situation of each client.
A2SECURE has a highly qualified team to develop Ethical Hacking/Pentesting activities supported by various international certifications. But our trademark is our vocation to make our clients understand our results.
A Pentesting activity is really useful when the client is able to understand what has been found, the risks it implies and how it has been possible to get there. The latter is the key point: knowing how a successful attack has been possible, understanding if it is necessary to implement additional control and change an internal process that is causing breaches. In short, taking advantage of the exercise transforming it into improvements for the company.