To provide peace of mind by identifying potential cyber security breaches & improving protection

This service identifies specific areas of possible improvement and provides a set of recommendations to assist in the improvement of a company’s incident response capability and posture.

The Self Assessment will follow this 3-step process:

1.  We request that you (or a senior level executive at your company) complete this questionnaire consisting of 12 multiple choice questions.

2.  Once you have submitted the completed questionnaire, we will review and analyze it internally and generate a report.

3.  A member of the Eide Bailly Cyber Security team will schedule a brief phone call meeting with executive and IT staff to review the results of the report and discuss the identified areas of improvement for your company’s cyber security incident response capability.

What you need to know:
This self-evaluation is based on the national standards for cyber security and computer security. Any resulting reports are a product of this questionnaire created by Eide Bailly, LLP computer forensics and cyber security  professionals  and  is  based  on  the  National  Institute  of  Standards  and  Technology (“NIST”) Special Publication 800-61 “Computer Security Incident Handling Guide”.
NIST is responsible for developing standards and guidelines, including minimum requirements in providing adequate information security for the protection of data, operations and assets. NIST has published a variety of publications on computer information security that serve a valuable resource for federal, nonfederal agencies, and private organizations. NIST publishes guidelines to deploy security and to adhere to federal information security requirements such as the Heath Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), and the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) among others.

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