On Demand Assessments

Ransomware Resilience Assessment

Evaluate your organization's resilience against the evolving threat of ransomware.

Satius Security offers assessments to find weaknesses that ransomware attackers could use and helps you reduce the impact of an attack.

Furthermore, ransomware assessment enables your organization to reduce the potential harm of ransomware attacks by examining 14 crucial security areas and attack vectors. This helps you create better defenses, fix vulnerabilities, protect data, and respond faster to attacks.

Our approach is to prevent cyber attacks at every stage. This includes stopping remote access breaches and phishing scams. We also focus on protecting emails, websites, and endpoints. Additionally, we educate users on how to stay safe online. This gives you a tailored set of recommendations to enable your organization to deflect, detect or respond to ransomware.

Ransomware Resilience assessment

What do we assess?

Our simulation service tests a company’s security by mimicking different parts of a cyberattack, from the start to stealing data. The main goal is to imitate the tactics of real cyber attackers. This is done to see how effectively your security measures can respond to new threats.


Simulating a phishing attack useing realistic phishing scenarios built on insight gained from our reconnaissance. The simulation provides a measurable and repeatable way to determine how employee (un)awareness is contributing to the overall ransomware resilience of your organization.


An assessment of your cyber security maturity to provide clear insight into your current maturity scoring. The assessment focuses on ransomware and follows the Cybersecurity Framework stages: identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover.


Satius will test security measures by simulating ransomware attacks. He will use the MITRE ATT&CK framework for this purpose. The goal is to assess the effectiveness of current security controls. This includes assessing endpoint, network, and email security controls


What do we assess for?

Satius’s assessment will determine the security of your system against ransomware attacks. It will also identify areas for improvement in protecting, detecting, responding to, and recovering from these attacks.


What to expect from our engagement?

Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) tests security controls in a company’s infrastructure to find weaknesses and enhance security. Some of the security controls that can be tested with BAS include:

The most effective phishing simulation is personalized to the organization’s environment, even ideally to the individual users. These campaigns involve input from security and compliance teams and insights from attack surface discovery before creating simulated scenarios. Detailed report with necessary metrics will be provided along with executive summary to be shared with stakeholders as well.

Breach & Attack Simulation will assess the organization’s resilience against ransomware attacks throughout the entire attack chain using the same tactics and techniques used in the real world by attackers as published by the MITRE ATT&CK framework’s ransomware threat library.

By sending simulated phishing emails with malicious attachments or links, we email filtering systems, email gateway security, spam filters, and anti-phishing measures. comprehensive report with actionable results will be provided to be a part of building your resilience.

Important part of our deliverables is the Resilience Metrics that cover the processes in place to disrupt the attack workflow. Processes include:

  • Vulnerability Management
  • Security Awareness
  • Identity & Access Management
  • Security Incident Management
  • Backup and Disaster Recovery

Threat Preparedness Assessment will review ransomware threat techniques and prioritize detective and mitigation measures for initial and credential access, privilege escalation, and data exfiltration. Our report will identify gaps and provide action items to address any shortfalls.

Built on the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) framework, maturity levels for this assessment:

  • Level 1Initial/ad hoc: Not well defined and ad hoc in nature.
  • Level 2Developing: Established but inconsistent and incomplete.
  • Level 3Defined: Formally established, documented, and repeatable.
  • Level 4Managed and measurable: Managed using qualitative and quantitative data to ensure alignment with business requirements.
  • Level 5Optimizing: Qualitative and quantitative data is used to continually improve.

Our security qualifications

Our experts hold numerous industry certifications and vendor specific certified trainings to insure standardized approach and optimal results.


Zero-Point Security’s Certified Red Team Operator.


Certified Red Team Professional.


Offensive Security Certified Professional.


Offensive Security Certified Expert.


Offensive Security We Expert

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