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Press Release: CyberSaint® Security Releases CyberStrong™ Enterprise Platform



CyberSaint® Security Releases CyberStrong™ Enterprise Platform

The CyberStrong Enterprise Platform empowers organizations with artificial intelligence to automate cybersecurity management, compliance and reduce risk.

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, March 8, 2018 / -- CyberSaint Security, Inc. today announced the availability of its new CyberStrong™ Enterprise Platform, which harnesses artificial intelligence to automate compliance and risk management. The new platform also enables organizations to implement bespoke and hybrid frameworks needed by many organizations to securely move to digitization, IoT and industrial internet applications. In addition, the platform includes an integrated NIST SP 800-30 risk management framework, making it ideal for commercial enterprises as well as FEDRAMP and DIARMF programs. 

Today enterprises face the challenges of changing regulatory environments, supply chain demands, third-party risk transfer and evolving digitization. CyberStrong greatly simplifies adoption of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and related security standards to put your cybersecurity program on a strong foundation.

“It’s time to manage cybersecurity as a mature business function,” said George Wrenn, founder and CEO of CyberSaint. “Organizations must be able to continuously measure, analyze, mitigate and report the organization's cybersecurity posture to all constituents." 

Gartner research predicts that over 50% of organizations will adopt the NIST Cybersecurity Framework by the year 2020. "We consistently hear from organizations interested in adopting the NIST Cybersecurity Framework,” Wrenn noted. “Many simply need help getting started, and the CyberStrong platform gives them an easy way to accelerate their cybersecurity program, avoiding wasted time, effort or resources."

The GRC market as a whole is due for disruption. Many older generation GRC solutions are cumbersome, expensive, lack clear time to value and fail to produce a return on security investment (ROSI). "The cybersecurity industry does not need more overly complicated point-based solutions,” said CyberSaint’s Chief Data Officer, Padriac O'Reilly. “It needs smart solutions that produce clarity, and that's our focus." 

About CyberSaint

CyberSaint Security empowers organizations to adopt cybersecurity frameworks that enable measurement, enhance communication and improve cybersecurity resiliency.

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