Rapid Risk Assessment

What is a Rapid IT Risk Assessment?

A Rapid IT Risk Assessment is an opportunity for any organization at any level to get a clear picture of current IT practices and vulnerabilities. This is important for developing a baseline to measure all future mitigating efforts. Additionally, this kind of assessment is likely a minimum requirement for your business cybersecurity insurance policy.

Rapid IT Risk Assessment Process

The process is simple. Once we have a quick kick off, we hook up a small computer to your network and run a scan over the course of one day, providing a thorough assessment with minimal interruption.



We begin every engagement by designing an approach to meet your needs. Our assessment can be tailored based on whether your organization needs one-time reassurance, ongoing assistance and evaluation, or something in the middle.



Our process is designed to be easy for even a non-IT staff member to help complete. We will be there to help you with any questions or needs. This stage should take no more than a day or two from start to finish.



Each organization will receive multiple tailored reports. This analysis is easy to understand and will provide a clear picture of security or technology concerns to be addressed.



As part of the Rapid IT Risk Assessment, we will provide clients with an executive summary, including any mitigation steps.

Does your company need a Risk Assessment?

  1. Do you have any employees who work remotely, either full- or part-time?
  2. Do you have customer data?
  3. Do you store important company or employee information on computers, servers or in the cloud?
  4. Are you concerned about an unexpected data breach or cybersecurity event?

If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, we recommend your organization consider a technology assessment. We can act as an independent check on your current internal or external IT partners or build a new managed IT partnership. We believe it is critical to get a clear picture of your current IT practices and vulnerabilities to develop a baseline to measure all future mitigation efforts against.