Why does a SecuriThink project always begin with an assessment?
And while some in the organization think the goal should be San Francisco, digging a little deeper may reveal that Sacramento or San Diego will better satisfy more of the stakeholders. The assessment is a critical reality check before we roll up our sleeves to get from point A to point B. It also helps identify whether we need to build in a phased approach, because sometimes there’s a good reason to stop for a while in Denver before continuing on.
While various cybersecurity maturity scales do not map directly to the 5 levels of results in SecuriThink methodology, there is a lot of common ground at the highest levels of both.
SEA is a subset of a SecuriThink engagement strategy. We work in cooperation with existing efforts and leverage them to the fullest extent possible.
Cultural ArmourTM is achieved when cybersecurity is embedded in company culture. It means you walk the talk that “Everyone has a role in cybersecurity.”
SecuriThink senior practitioners are to business transformation specialists as engineers are to physicists. The distinction is one of theory versus applied theory.
Starting with our founder’s degree in computer engineering and cybersecurity credentials, technology is at the core of what we do. Cybersecurity is a very broad area; no one person knows it all. We work well with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to make sure all your bases are covered.
Our cybersecurity specialty gives SecuriThink a tighter focus than most business transformation efforts. We aim to shift your culture, not turn it inside out. We stay in our lane.
The SecuriThink methodology draws on a bank of over 200 questions from which a dynamic subset is selected for your project.