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Cybersecurity Posture Assessment
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Cybersecurity Posture Assessment

How to Achieve a Good Cybersecurity Posture?

Security posture refers to the security status of an enterprise’s hardware, software and policies, its capability to manage its defenses and its ability to react as the situation changes (based on NIST).

An efficient and effective cybersecurity posture requires a clear understanding of what is important to your organization and why.

A good cyber security posture is only achievable when

  • the value of the data is managed,
  • the cyber risks and threat exposure of such data is understood,
  • appropriate, reliable and efficient security measures are in place and,
  • the organization is in control of its exposure.

Need to assess the security posture of your organization? Request a free quote!

Why Perform a Cybersecurity Posture Assessment?

Understand where you are, where you need to go and what needs to be done to get there.

Assess the strengths and weaknesses of your cybersecurity posture

Ensure that appropriate measures are in place to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your critical information and assets under the assessment

Help you define a clear path going forward in your cybersecurity planning

Provide you with relevant information necessary to strengthen your cybersecurity position and advise you on solutions to protect your business going forward

Why Hitachi Systems Security?

Hitachi Systems Security can help determine a security posture improvement strategy as well as developing concrete action plans to meet goals.

Our experts assess both the risks and the critical assets that you already identified, considering threats that apply to your assets and the existing security measures and controls. On one hand, this analysis will help assess the existing controls identify potential vulnerabilities and, on the other hand, optimize appropriate controls to counter the risks and reduce them to an acceptable level.

Hitachi Systems Security is also able to assist you with any further steps if needed to implement and improve your cybersecurity posture and manage your cybersecurity 24 hours a day.

Can you Answer These Questions?

  • How aware are you of your critical components?
  • Do you have adequate InfoSec and IT risk management practices based on industry frameworks?
  • What is the maturity of your existing cybersecurity controls?
  • Do you know how exposed you are?

Know that a Security Posture Assessment provides an overall answer to these questions.

The 4 Phases of a Cybersecurity Posture Assessment

The assessment can be divided into four distinct phases:

Planning and Preparation

A thorough planning exercise to validate the scope of the assessment, identify key stakeholders, identify resource requirements and finally, develop a realistic work plan.

Documentation Review

Documentation of system description, definition of a concept of operation and definition of a target level of residual risk.


Analysis of internet exposure, onsite audit & analysis of findings, cybersecurity posture definition based on findings and improvement plan.


Draft report submitted for review and comments. Final report and executive presentation.


Upon completion of the Cybersecurity Posture Assessment, you will be provided with the following deliverables:

  • Your Cybersecurity Posture

  • Statement of Sensitivity (SOS) to cyber attack

  • Cybersecurity framework analysis

    An assessment of your cybersecurity framework, based on your Enterprise IT Risk and Information Security Frameworks and their global alignment to support the enterprise goals and objectives.

  • Threat assessment

    An identification of deliberate threats that might adversely affect the critical assets.

  • Cybersecurity controls maturity assessment

    An assessment of current vulnerabilities, based on a maturity evaluation of existing Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) and security measures, as well as their adequacy.

  • Exposure assessment of your company

  • Prioritized remediation plan

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