A security maturity model helps leaders identify and understand their organization’s preparedness levels, identify security gaps, and make informed IT investment decisions. Too often, organizations aware of the latest security incidents and headlines react without a thoughtful game plan. A maturity model is proactive and provides best-practice guidance on the necessary capabilities for an organization’s evolving security needs. A comprehensive security maturity strategy can also garner stakeholder support and facilitate discussions about achieving security goals.
One way to advance your organization’s security maturity is to increase your attack resistance with preemptive testing from security experts. This community of security experts can assess your attack surface from an adversarial point of view to find the flaws that cybercriminals are most likely to target. With this approach security leaders gain a tangible way to minimize threat exposure and fortify security maturity.