What is Your SensCy Score™?

Uncover your SensCy Score™ with our free cybersecurity assessment

After a 30-minute session with one of our cyber experts, you’ll receive your organization’s SensCy Score and a one-page summary of your cybersecurity risks – at no cost to you.

Our free cybersecurity assessment provides you with your SensCy Score™, a numeric representation of how prepared your organization is against cyber threats. Our proprietary algorithm calculates your score based on data about your organization’s cyber practices. Organizations with proper cyberhealth will score at or above 800.

We can generate your score in less than 30 minutes during a meeting with your organization’s leadership and IT provider.

Factors that Affect Your SensCy Score™


Knowing the processes & digital assets that need protection


Implementing appropriate safeguards to protect your digital assets


Identifying cyber incidents


Contain the impacts of cyberattacks


Restoring services to normal operations

Find Out if You’re Vulnerable for a Cyberattack

Cyberattacks are a major concern for public and private organizations as cyberattacks continue to escalate in a variety of industries. Following a few basic cybersecurity tips can have an immediate and positive impact on your cyberhealth.

  • Cyber awareness & education – The importance of ongoing cyber awareness, education, and training for employees are critical as they are your first line of defense.

  • Create strong passwords – Use a combination of letters—upper case and lower case, numbers, and special characters ($, %, #, @, etc.) and have a character length of 9-14 characters.

  • Use multi-factor authentication – You must provide two or more authentication factors to access a computer application or network – something you know and something you own.

  • Avoid phishing scams – Do not click on any suspicious links or attachments from unknown senders.

  • Have an Incident Response Plan – How you respond to a cybersecurity incident can be the difference in recovery or catastrophe. Having a plan significantly increases your chances of recovery.

Small businesses are 3x more likely to be targeted by cybercriminals than larger companies

43% of data breaches involve small businesses

424% increase in new small business data breaches last year