Security Gap Assessment

Security Gap Assesment

Is your organization’s cyber security a guessing game for you? We get it and a security gap assessment can help!

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What is a Security Gap Assessment?

A security gap assessment is the process of evaluating your organization’s current security posture and security framework. It involves identifying areas where improvements can be made. The goal is to identify vulnerabilities and potential threats and to determine if you have adequate measures in place.

Some of the steps involved in this gap analysis service include: 

  • Gathering information on your current security posture
  • Evaluating your cyber security strategy
  • Identifying your critical assets 
  • Assessing the overall cyber risk and security risks
  • Recommendations on security controls, processes, and procedures

Why do you need a Security Gap Assessment?

An effective security gap assessment can allow you to focus on growing your business.

Understand Vulnerabilities

You want to understand what exactly the gaps in your current cyber security posture are.

Need Guidance

You want guidance on how to remediate vulnerabilities and strengthen defenses.

Ensure Security

You want your security program to remain robust.

Identify Potential Risks

You’re committed to regularly identifying and mitigating any new vulnerabilities or threats to your business.

Need Assurance

You want assurance that your security policies & processes are relevant & effective in the current threat landscape.

Demonstrate Commitment

You wish to demonstrate your organizational commitment to cyber security to stakeholders

Typical Process

Live Discovery

Document Discovery


Executive Review


90 days to better security approach

90 Days Approach

CIS Framework

“ helped us achieve our goal of auditing our current state of IT security, and provided a solid list of recommendations as the next steps to take our IT security to another level.”

Matthew James, President & CEO, Purity Life

Fquently asked questions

One option is to complete it internally. This option may save some money upfront but often makes the process longer – typically several months instead of a few weeks. Often, this introspection provides results that contain zero surprises – because the internal team will see the environment the same way they have always seen it – and their long-standing blind spots may skew the results.

Outsourcing will speed up the process and ensure that the results include an open, unbiased view of the environment. The report will be of better quality and provides actionable suggestions.

When an organization is ready to improve their cybersecurity,  they should conduct the gap assessment as soon as possible. 

A gap assessment, when done properly, can be a tool that propels an organization into the future.  Look for unbiased, quality report, that also gives you actionable remedies.