: CyberSaint Security : NIST Cybersecurity Framework Platform - DFARS/800-171
CyberSaint Security. Accelerate DFARS / NIST SP 800-171, FedRAMP & NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) adoption and monitoring to achieve cyber resilience.
Meet regulations and comply to standards. Empower your organization to proactively reduce cyber risk
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Analytics and Reporting Platform
Our Core Products and Services
|CyberStrong for DFARS &
NIST SP 800-171
|CyberStrong Platform NIST
|Rapid Scorecard Service
NIST Cyber Framework
| Defense Contractors - Comply by December 31, 2017
Establish a baseline and quickly implement your path to cyber compliance.
|Measure cybersecurity as a business function.
Improve visibility, communication, and take control. Cybersecurity management for your organization.
| We scorecard your risk posture based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
Measure cyber posture and be able to report to management.
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On-Demand Webinar: How to Simplify the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
"We don't sell scores, we improve them..."
- George Wrenn, CISSP, ISSEP, CEH
It’s now an Executive Order.
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is now a federal mandate for agencies
C-level executives are responsible and accountable for cybersecurity
Defense contractors must comply with DFARS & NIST SP 800-171 by December 31, 2017
Your business depends on it
Proactive CyberStrong™ resilience.
CyberStrong™ - Manage Cybersecurity as a Business Function.
Gartner analyst Earl Perkins, research vice president, presented five cybersecurity trends during the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit in 2017. One of his key tawaways was that cyber programs need to try a more holistic approach to cyber program strategy.
The updated DFARS compliance requirement for 2018 is clear: Your System Security Plan and Plan of Actions and Mitigations are critical for DoD-related business success in this year, and full compliance to NIST SP 800-171 is required in the future.
In the past few blog post, we've been going over the five NIST Framework functions. In the last blog post, we covered the Respond function. In this post, we'll be going over the last Framework function, Recover.
In this blog, we'll be disucssing the second-to-last framework function of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Respond. It's important to remember that a well thought-out response plan is worth its weight in gold.
In the past two blog posts, we've been diving into the framework functions. So far, we've covered Identify and Protect. Now, we move onto the third function of the framwork core: Detect, which is one of the most important functions as detecting a breach or event can be life or death for your business.
As noted in the last blog post, we will be diving into the five functions that make up the NIST Cybersecuirty Framework Core, why they are important, and what they mean for your organization. Together, identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover give a strategic view of the lifecycle of an organization's management of cyber risk, at an easily digestible high-level. This post gives definition and guidance to the Protect function.
In the next few blog posts, we will be diving into the five functions that make up the NIST Cybersecuirty Framework Core, why they are important, and what they mean for your organization. Together, identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover give a strategic view of the lifecycle of an organization's management of cyber risk, at an easily digestible high-level. We start with the identify function.
Hon Ellen Lord clarified with regards to the DFARS cyber regulation, specifically for smaller companies that tend to be subconctractors and suppliers. The plan of action for DFARS compliance is required this year - and "report(ing) your compliance to it". Generating a SSP and POAM has never been more important.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology gave a webinar on the proposed updates made in the second draft of version 1.1 Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. Here are some resources on the NIST Framework and how to use it.
Calculating Return on Investment (ROI) for a cybersecurity budget is complex. Knowing the risk of possible breaches or hacks and how much should be invested to lower the risk - and future risk - is a difficult ask. The key to increasing cybersecurity investment in organizations is to calculate and communicate ROI to non-security peers or management in a language they can understand.