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CyberSaint Security Grows CyberStrong Platform Adoption by 500% in Q4-2017

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BURLINGTON, Mass., Jan. 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The CyberStrong™ DFARS continuous compliance platform accelerates contractor programs required to continue business with the DoD for 2018 and beyond. The platform removes the complexity of DFARS and NIST SP 800-171 compliance tasks with an easy to use interface and workflow engine that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to guide remediation. Users can easily export the required DFARS compliance documents, the System Security Plan (SSP) and Plan of Action & Mitigations (POAM) in hours.

Senior Aerospace Metal Bellows (part of UK based Senior Plc.), serves customers at the forefront of defense and aerospace. As such, the company is required to comply with the DFARS mandate, and came directly to CyberSaint for a scalable solution. "CyberSaint provides an easy-to-use platform for us to maintain our compliance with the DoD DFARS regulation. The team from CyberSaint got us up and running very quickly, and we now can manage our DoD compliance program on our own," said Anthony Santagati, a Chief Financial Officer at Senior Aerospace.

The CyberStrong platform utilizes patented artificial intelligence technology to optimize cybersecurity program management and return on security investment (ROSI).  Reports update in real-time as cybersecurity requirements are met, providing a visual representation of the company's current compliance score and recommended compliance steps for executive management and board of directors.

CyberStrong is the clear choice for those who want to secure their contracts in 2018 and beyond. "Once we understood the magnitude of the regulation, we needed to act fast, and work with a solution provider we could trust. CyberSaint came through for us," added, Anthony Santagati.

In response to the growing adoption of the CyberStrong Platform for cybersecurity compliance, orchestration, analytics and reporting, George Wrenn, Founder and CEO at CyberSaint Security noted, "Integrating cybersecurity as a managed business function is crucial in protecting the information that keeps our country strong. Our vision is to enable cybersecurity resiliency, regulatory compliance and increase the competitiveness of our customers."

 

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