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The goal of cybersecurity is to reduce the risk of information compromise to an acceptable level.  That level is typically defined by financial or political considerations.

We leverage our historically deep process engineering and change acceleration capabilities to enable organizations to significantly lower that acceptable risk threshold and/or reduce the cost of getting there.

Perhaps the biggest challenge to cybersecurity organizations is that they are separate from other technology stakeholder groups.  Application teams and business owners seek functionality and business growth; infrastructure groups seek cost savings and standardization, while cybersecurity seeks risk reduction.  

At first glance, these three goals appear to be in direct competition with each other, but they do not have to be.  The first step in achieving stronger risk reduction and/or lower cybersecurity costs is to identify and capitalize on the alignment that can often be found.  For example, a smaller and enforced technology stack will reduce license and maintenance costs, reduce vulnerability risk, and enable application teams to focus talent around a smaller set of technology.

Our goal is to help organizations find these types of synergies across the technology ecosystem and to evolve from risk-based to process-based cybersecurity management

Featured Case Studies

Lateral Movement Protection



Service-oriented Vulnerability Management

We are excited to offer a portfolio of services from which organizations can fill critical gaps. Coming in 2023, the SoVM offering will cover everything needed to address 3rd party software management, network and firewall administration, asset management, and factors preventing the remediation of deficiencies from executive-level strategy through technical execution.

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