The Maxxsure Methodology
The path to maximizing cyber risk posture consists of three crucial steps to applying on a continuous cycle. Maxxsure introduces a metric, its M-ScoreTM to unify teams around a common KPI for tracking progress toward its cyber risk management goals, with translation into potential financial impacts of cyber events. Full utilization of Maxxsure's solutions fosters a proactive organization-wide approach to sustaining what works and strategically addressing areas of deficiency.
Paving the road to improved cybersecurity posture starts with a multi-modality data capture process to create a data repository for subsequent analysis.
Maxxsure analyzes the collected data in combination with real-time data using its computational engine to compute your company’s unique M-Score. The inputs into this model span remediations, training, policy changes, new controls, campaigns, continuous scans, patch updates, social media changes, non-cyber projects, and many more variables.
Maxxsure offers custom dashboards, reports, and tools that promote conversations among the entire company leadership on how to operationalize programs that better manage cyber risk.
What is M-Score?
The M-Score quantifies cyber security risk on a scale from 0 to 1,000, based on six pillars from which Maxxsure has derived a multitude of variables that comprise its proprietary scoring model.
The Six Pillars Of Cyber Risk Assessment
Our six pillars at the foundation of our M-Score consist of governance standards, industry factors, organizational factors, situational factors, application vulnerability, and infrastructure vulnerability. Each pillar has many facets that influence a company’s cyber risk.