To be best equipped to counter cyber threats, organisations need to understand who is likely to target them, how they might attack, and what assets they are most likely to be interested in.
To gather this information and act on it, an effective Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) programme should be developed that consists of skilled personnel that adhere to a systematic, repeatable process for undertaking intelligence collection and analysis.
The Cyber Threat Intelligence Assessment covers the threat landscape that is related to you, your industry, region and supply chain. It integrates this with an assessment of your Attack Surface, allowing us to create realistic scenarios in which your organisation may be targeted by threat actors.
The most efficient way to do this is to conduct a CTI maturity assessment, which evaluates the current capability levels of the people, processes, and technology in an organisation’s CTI function. Specifically, the assessment covers domains relating to Programme Governance, CTI programme planning, Intelligence Operations, and Functional Management.
The maturity assessment is designed for organisations wishing to:
Provide you with a Maturity Assessment questionnaire suitable for the size and complexity of your organisation.
Review the questionnaire and supporting evidence with you in a workshop
Create a report with actionable findings
If required, review your progress is 6 and 12 months-time