Assessing your Enterprise Security 

You wouldn’t install locks on the front door of your business and leave the back door wide open, or leave your most valuable possessions visible from the street. Yet it is this type of piecemeal approach to identifying and protecting assets that many companies settle for. Comprobase Enterprise Security Assessment can help.


Is your greatest cyber risk hiding in plain sight? Research shows that the greatest cyber threat is due to insiders with authorized access, either your own employees or third-parties connected to your network. We believe that examining IT risks in isolation from other proven threat vectors provides a false sense of safety. Our holistic assessment of six major risk domains can give business leaders a true, actionable picture of their security posture. The Comprobase’s Enterprise Security Assessment (ESA) offers that 360° view. With our ESA report in hand, you’re empowered to plan security strategy, prioritize spending and reduce vulnerabilities.


The ESA fuses TSC Advantage’s subject matter expertise with best practices and incorporates post-breach loss data, threat intelligence, and other non-invasive data streams to accurately assess your company’s security posture. In addition, it can be tailored to security standards, such as NIST and ISO, and industry best practices such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and ICS/SCADA. Our ESA report includes:

  • Executive Summary for C-suite and board members’ strategic risk management + Detailed findings for security professionals
  • Proprietary Customer Risk Profile Score developed with the world’s leading underwriters allowing the assessed to be benchmarked against the industry aggregate, obtain insurance, or assess potential vendors
  • Domain Maturity Level Scores with detailed findings by domain
  • Resilience Score that exceeds compliance obligations (HIPAA, PCI-DSS, SEC)
  • Prioritized recommendations to achieve “quick wins” based on the security impact and level of effort to remediate
  • Itemized roadmap for longer-term improvements to achieve cyber resiliency


  • Understand the status of their security and compliance program
  • Ensure that the business and data are being adequately protected according to corporate policy and regulatory requirements
  • Measure effectiveness of expenditures on security compliance
  • Track the security posture against corporate standards
  • See compliance metrics
  • Understand what risks exist that may impact the brand or business
  • Seek to improve operational efficiency
  • Reduce time to accomplish tasks or achieve remediation goals
  • Understand exposure to risks to corporate well-being
  • Develop risk management framework
  • Prioritize resources and efforts towards most vulnerable and valuable areas
  • Assist mitigation or transfer of corporate risk