Risk Assessment:

Asset Assessment:

A cybersecurity assessment analyzes your organization's cybersecurity controls and their ability to remediate vulnerabilities. These risk assessments should be conducted within the context of your organization's business objectives, rather than in the form of a checklist as you would for a cybersecurity audit.

 

Vulnerability Assessment:

A vulnerability assessment is a systematic review of security weaknesses in an information system. It evaluates if the system is susceptible to any known vulnerabilities, assigns severity levels to those vulnerabilities, and recommends remediation or mitigation, if and whenever needed.

 

Threat Assessment:

Cyber threat analysis is the process of assessing the cyber activities and capabilities of unknown intelligence entities or criminals. ... Threats posed by cyber-attacks include denial of service attacks (DoS), computer viruses, malware, phishing emails, and others. The attacks target anyone with an online presence.

 

 

Legal Assessment:

A cybersecurity assessment analyzes your organization's cybersecurity controls and their ability to remediate vulnerabilities. These risk assessments should be conducted within the context of your organization's business objectives, rather than in the form of a checklist as you would for a cybersecurity audit.