Security Maturity Level Assessment

Before you can fix a problem, you must be fully committed to understanding it. A Security Maturity Level Assessment provides valuable insights into your current risk exposure.

Take the first step toward locking your digital doors against attackers

If you’re like most SMBs, you’re leaving the doors wide open to hackers and bad actors. SMBs are a favored target of cybercriminals because they so often fail to lock their digital doors. That’s why attacks on SMBs up 424% year-over-year. Worse, they don’t have the resources of an enterprise business to recover from data breaches and other incidents; as a result, over 60% close down after a cyber-attack.

That doesn’t have to be you. If you want the confidence that no cybersecurity incident will disrupt business, scare customers, or sap revenues, the first step is a security assessment to determine how to improve your security posture without wasting more time or money.

How vulnerable is your business to cyber-attack?

Before you can fix a problem, you must understand it. If you answer “No” to any of the questions below, your organization is facing a serious security gap that puts it at risk. Our NIST-based security assessment will pinpoint existing gaps in your security program and provide a detailed roadmap path to the desired maturity level.

Do we use security-specific teams to develop and maintain cybersecurity strategy and compliance?
Are we alerted promptly (or at all) when our confidential data is copied off-network?
Would we know if a hacker logs onto one of our computers at 2 a.m. in the morning?
Are we alerted when a user account has been compromised?
Do we test our cybersecurity strength regularly?
Are we alerted when a cybercriminal attempts to access our systems and data?
Do we measure, learn, and improve our security program?
Do we hold quarterly Information Security meetings to assess security risk and programs?

Security Assessement Overview

Contact us to schedule a Security Maturity Level Assessment (SMLA)


Your engagement with us starts with a Security Assessment. Our goal is to partner with clients who share the same passion as we do – pragmatic security strategies that keep cybercriminals at bay.

Understand Your Current
Security Posture

Before we can fix any security issues, recommend any solutions or implement any security tools, we must fully understand your current security posture – otherwise we would be wasting your time and money.

Rational Decisions

The knowledge gained through a security assessment helps guide us in making rational decisions to improve your security and align risk with acceptable tolerance levels.


What is Security Maturity Level?

Good cybersecurity is a three-pronged effort involving people, processes, and technology. The more sophisticated your security operation in each area, the more mature your security
level (on a scale from 1 to 5). Most small businesses score under 1.0, which is why they’re so frequently targeted by cybercriminals.

In addition to baselining your security posture, the security assessment is also a required first step outlined in federal regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), Gramm-Leach
Bliley Act (GLBA), DFARS and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). The Payment Card Industry – Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) also requires merchants of all sizes to perform due diligence in assessing risk in their technology operations.