Site Risk Assessment Scoring Template
You've completed a security risk assessment across multiple sites. What do you do with the results?
How to Use the TemplateThe template is a sample and it should be customized by the user to reflect his or her organization's own site security elements and issues.
To use the template, consider each of the sites that have undergone a risk assessment. Based on the results of the on-site review against accepted standards of asset protection each site will be assigned a "level of concern" score. In this example a value of 1 to 5 was used, 1 being a low level of concern and 5 representing a high level of concern.
How you choose to summarize the scores in this exercise will depend on what message you hope to convey. Here are some examples:
Next StepsNeed more guidance? We can help you interpret your risk assessments, recognize and eliminate gaps, and determine the next steps to improve security and risk management in your organization.
For more resources on this topic see Risk-Based Security > Risk Assessment
Watch our 3-minute video to learn about how the SEC works with security leaders. Contact us at: contact @secleader.com.
Copyright Security Executive Council. Last Updated: April 26, 2019
You can download a PDF of the example template below: