Cybersecurity Budget Planning

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Many breaches involve vulnerabilities for which a patch was available but not applied.


Most business leaders feel their cybersecurity risks are increasing.

Cybersecurity statistics are scary enough. What keeps business owners and IT professionals up at night is even more worrisome: it’s not knowing what you don’t know about your company’s security risks. When we help you create a cybersecurity budget, including a detailed analysis of your cyber posture, you will have peace of mind knowing you have the recommended controls in place and a budget that supports them.

As part of our cybersecurity consulting services, we offer budget planning, including:

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Many companies saw security and risk management as the number one driver of IT spending overall.


By the end of 2020, security services will account for half of all cybersecurity budgets.

How do your cybersecurity budget consulting services work? Will I just have more work to do?

That will most likely be up to you and how your business operates. We use a cybersecurity framework that will identify security controls specific to your company. We identify what activities will mitigate risks and create a plan to implement those. At that point, we can take that on or leave that up to your team. Your call.

Learn more: Your Small Business Cybersecurity Budget

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7 months

According to IBM, the average time to identify a breach in 2019. Having a plan and proactively monitoring your systems can help you identify a breach sooner and minimize the impact.

Do I need a cybersecurity assessment if we haven’t been attacked?

The troubling answer to this question is that companies discover these breaches months after they happen -- seven months later, on average. Again, the scary part is not knowing what you don’t know. The smart move is to plan and budget for cybersecurity now in order to save time, money, and headaches later on. The cost to respond to a breach can be up to 4-5 times the cost of prevention.

Are you confident that your company hasn’t suffered an attack or even a breach? Don’t wonder. Find out.

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