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Cybersecurity Maturity Management Model (CM3)

Assess the maturity of your cyber security management system (CSMS)

Utilising the power of LLM’s CyRail can automatically assess the answers and objective evidence supplied by you to assess the maturity of each aspect of your Cyber security Management System (CSMS) for IEC 62443 cybersecurity.

What we can help you achieve

After identifying your current maturity level, CyRail helps you to improve, manage and further optimise your CSMS.

For each question, a score is assigned based on how well your organization’s practices align with the descriptions of the maturity levels. The following factors will guide the scoring:
  • Quality and Quantity: The comprehensiveness and depth of the practices described.
  • Currency: How current and relevant your organisation’s cybersecurity practices are, considering the evolving threat landscape.
  • Consistency: How uniformly the cybersecurity practices are applied across your organization.

Scoring Criteria

  • Quality: The depth and accuracy of the response, indicating a thorough understanding and implementation of cybersecurity practices.
  • Quantity: The extent of cybersecurity measures in place, reflecting the breadth of coverage across the organization.
  • Currency: The timeliness and relevance of the cybersecurity practices, showing how up-to-date the organization is with current threats and trends.
  • Consistency: The uniformity and reliability of cybersecurity practices across different departments and levels within the organization.

Maturity Levels

  • Level 1 – Initial: Ad-hoc and informal cybersecurity practices, with limited awareness and no formal policies or procedures.
  • Level 2 – Managed: Basic cybersecurity policies are documented and communicated, with some organized practices but limited consistency.
  • Level 3 – Defined: Formal cybersecurity policies and procedures are well-established, communicated, and consistently implemented across the organization.
  • Level 4 – Quantitatively Managed: Cybersecurity practices are measured and controlled, with quantitative goals for improvement and regular performance analysis.
  • Level 5 – Optimizing: Continuous and proactive improvement of cybersecurity practices, with advanced metrics for performance and risk management.

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