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Security Maturity in one chart

Many organizations keep track of security incidents and base all future cybersecurity plans on those incidents. Still lacking in that approach is a firm grip on how to prevent and handle security incidents that you haven't encountered yet. Insight in the level of your security maturity helps you decide what your organization needs to reduce security hazards.

In the chart below you’ll see which levels of security maturity are maintained, what they represent and why it is important to implement a Coordinated Responsibility Disclosure or start a Bug Bounty program. Let ethical hackers search for vulnerabilities in a designated piece of software, so you’ll be alerted of their findings and get the most out of their hunting.

Scroll down to check out the elements of Security Maturity and: if you scroll all the way to the bottom, we’ve got a helpful tool to make sure you know where you stand! 


Scan your organization!

The Security Maturity Scan assesses your organizations' security maturity level, involving strategy, safekeeping and execution. Afterwards, you'll receive insights on how to improve these crucial components of cybersecurity.


Written by Zerocopter

October 28, 2021

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