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CyberSaint® Security Releases Breakthrough AI Powered Cybersecurity Management Platform

The new CyberStrong™ cloud platform enables organizations to manage cybersecurity as a measurable business function.

Mar 20, 2017, 07:00 ET

BOSTON, March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CyberSaint, Inc. today announced the release of CyberStrong™, a breakthrough cybersecurity cloud platform that enables organizations to manage cybersecurity as a measurable and predictable business function. CyberStrong is powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud and AWS Artificial Intelligence (AI) services. The new offering is also hosted in the AWS NIST/FISMA regulatory compliant cloud environment.

Industry experts predict that CyberStrong will revolutionize the cybersecurity industry. "Today's cybersecurity solutions are mostly disjointed point solutions, which are hard to justify, prioritize, and reconcile with each other," said Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Research Affiliate and cybersecurity expert Dr. Raphael Yahalom. "CyberStrong is a radically new, unified platform that humanizes cybersecurity and leads to measured, risk informed decisions and actions."

Cybersecurity can be an unpredictable, chaotic, and immature business process for many organizations. Companies often struggle to measure benefits from cybersecurity investments. CyberStrong helps companies improve resiliency to cyberattacks, measure their cybersecurity posture against accepted standards, plan activity, track improvements over time, and create clear cybersecurity scorecards. This capability will empower board members, executives, and constituents access to important security information in a timely manner.

"We differ from existing cybersecurity solutions. The CyberStrong platform is based largely on the new National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework and breakthrough artificial intelligence," according to CyberSaint CEO, George Wrenn.

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is based on best practices promoted by national cybersecurity experts, companies, academia, and government agencies. Gartner predicts that over 50% of organizations will adopt the NIST Cybersecurity Framework by the year 2020.

"CyberStrong uses cutting-edge artificial intelligence services, tapping into Amazon AWS Artificial Intelligence services to recommend cybersecurity improvements that will give users the most benefit for any given level of investment," according to Chief Intelligence Officer, Scott Schlimmer, a former CIA officer. "CyberStrong and AWS AI services determine how to best utilize limited cybersecurity resources, saving time and money."

About CyberSaint

CyberSaint  is a cybersecurity company based in Boston, Massachusetts. CyberSaint enables organizations to control cybersecurity as a managed business process, based on standards, and involving everyone in the organization. For more information, please visit: https://www.cybersaint.io.

Contact information
George Wrenn
info@cybersaint.io
+1 978-770-9066

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SOURCE CyberSaint, Inc.

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