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Cybersecurity Risk Assessment and Management Services in Minnesota and Iowa

A cyber risk assessment helps an organization set a baseline understanding of how mature their cybersecurity program is and where the critical gaps are. The primary goal of the cyber risk assessment is to document the existing state of the cybersecurity organization and its risks. This program collects the relevant documents around strategy and builds an inventory of existing systems, applications, hardware, software, processes, and procedures.

What is a Cyber Risk Assessment?

Cyber risk assessments are an essential part of an organization’s cybersecurity risk management strategy and helps protect from outside threats and data breaches. A robust cyber risk assessment program will involve collecting relevant strategic documents and policies and building an inventory of existing systems, applications, hardware, software, processes, and procedures. Along with knowledge and understanding of common cybersecurity risks for businesses, risk assessments bring together all relevant information in order to provide actionable insights for fortifying your network and systems.

What are the most common cybersecurity risks?

Cybersecurity risks for businesses may include: 

  1. Improper or incomplete incident response plans
  2. Insufficient business continuity plans
  3. Insufficient end-user security training
  4. Inappropriate password management
  5. A lack of physical security controls around sensitive data storage
  6. And much more

These risks can lead to industry compliance infractions, data breaches, and general network vulnerability. Start with a cybersecurity risk assessment to stay on top of your cybersecurity risk management.

Why do companies do cybersecurity risk assessments?

Businesses use cyber risk assessments as an opportunity to educate employees. Training staff to be aware of potential cyber threats, including what cyber threats look like, where they may come from, and how they can impact their roles is an important step in protecting your company.

Undocumented, unenforced, or outdated security controls threaten a business’ compliance position and integrity. ProCircular’s risk assessment is designed to shine a light on the most critical and treatable risks within an organization so that you can take steps to improve your cybersecurity plans and processes.
Cyber risk assessment companies, like ProCircular, can assist leadership in making informed decisions regarding cybersecurity infrastructure and can help create a cybersecurity incident response plan.

What Do Iowa & Minnesota Businesses Get With Cybersecurity Risk Assessments Services?

When you partner with ProCircular, you’ll work with one of the Midwest’s leading cyber risk assessment companies. Some of the primary elements of our services include:

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Summary Report – A document that includes an executive summary, detailed findings, and recommendations for the topics that were covered during the assessment.  

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Report Delivery – Report readout with ProCircular staff and client stakeholders.

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Formal Presentation – Upon request, ProCircular will offer a formal presentation of findings and recommendations to the Client’s senior management at a mutually agreed upon time. 

ProCircular’s Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Services

ProCircular conducts cyber risk assessments for organizations across the country. We prioritize company concerns, follow industry best practices and deliver comprehensive recommendations based on the evidence and data we collect.

How do you conduct a cybersecurity risk assessment?

The most effective method of protecting your business is identifying the weak points in your network before they present a problem. Because threats continuously evolve and take different forms, it’s wise to conduct periodic assessments using the appropriate processes and technology. Our expert team at ProCircular takes the following steps in our approach:

Collect Evidence

We use a series of interviews and/or questionnaires and evidence collection to assess your organization’s current risks.

Reference Best Practices

As part of our cyber risk assessment services, ProCircular’s experts reference security best practices and industry-related security standards such as ISO 27001/27002, COBIT, PCI, NIST, HIPAA, CIS, and CSA throughout the process.

Create a Risk Matrix

Understanding the data is important, so we put it in a format that’s easy to interpret. After our experts review responses to the assessment, our team creates a risk matrix with prioritized recommendations. 

Discuss Results

Finally, we meet with your team to discuss risk management planning, mitigation, communications, prioritization, and scheduling. 

Use ProCircular as Your Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Company In Minnesota & Iowa

Our team has decades of experience in risk management, compliance and cybersecurity. Having implemented and owned many of the systems and processes that you depend upon, you’ll receive an exhaustive list of your most critical risks and a plan to move forward. ProCircular’s cyber risk assessment services take into account technical, governance, compliance, vendors, and most importantly, people. Some other benefits of working with us include the following:

  1. The engagement is a 2-3 day coaching/consulting session with an expert in information security. 
  2. We provide a short prioritized list of next steps.
  3. Our recommendations are practical and sized appropriately for the organization and industry.

Schedule a ProCircular Cybersecurity Risk Assessment With A Midwest Cybersecurity Expert Today!

ProCircular’s cybersecurity risk assessment provides Minnesota and Iowa companies with the most comprehensive view of their cybersecurity. The final report will act as your guide toward achieving compliance standards and maximizing your organization’s security. Reach out to our team of experts or call us at 844-95-SECUR or email at to learn about cybersecurity risk management options for your organization.