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WHAT IS A FISASCORE®?

FISASCORE® is a comprehensive, risk-based measurement of information security assigned to your company based on a proven and thorough assessment process. Once completed, FISASCORE® will identify critical vulnerabilities, control gaps/deficiencies, and applicable threats to the security of your organization.

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WHO NEEDS A FISASCORE®?

The short answer is all businesses but small to medium sized organizations in particular are vulnerable. According to governmental agencies, there were 28.8 million small businesses in the United States, of which 25% (or 5.8 million) have paid employees by comparison there are more than 18,600 large businesses. The latest Symantec Internet Security Treat Report (ISTR) indicates that 1 in 40 small businesses are at risk of cyber-attack and that seems to pale in comparison to the 1 in about every 2 large businesses which are targeted every year and multiple times with a cyber-attack. However, the ISTR shows that hackers are indiscriminately choosing victims regardless of company size and what motivates them is businesses revenue.

WHY IS A full FISASCORE® IMPORTANT?

A FISASCORE® allows businesses and organizations to know and understand how they are vulnerable and how they compare with peers within similar industries. The FISASCORE® is constantly calibrated to the latest security threats used by attackers with controls designed to medicate those threats and protect data from unauthorized access, disclosure, distribution and destruction.

How it works

A full FISASCORE® assessment gives your organization a score to quickly and confidently understand and quantify information security risks and provides a common vision on how to prioritize and address them.  This includes a comprehensive action plan that is designed to dramatically increase the overall health and score of your company’s greatest assets.



Cited:
https://www.sba.gov/sites/default/files/advocacy/SB-FAQ-2016_WEB.pdf,
https://smallbiztrends.com/2016/04/cyber-attacks-target-small-business.html
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