Proactive Services

IT Audit & Compliance

IT Audit & Compliance

Retain us for Proactive Cyber Security services for FedRAMP, CMMC, PCI, HIPAA, NIST-FISMA, 800-53, 800-171, CJIS , DFARS , SOC 1, SOC 2, GDPR, CCPA, ISO 27001, NERC CIP, SOX 404, C5 and others.

IT Risk Assessment & Management

IT Risk Assessment & Management

Defending against today's cyber threat landscape requires a Proactive Cyber Security Integrated Risk Management (IRM) strategy, real-time approach to assessing and managing risk.

IT Policies & Governance

IT Policies & Governance

Governance is the foundation for ALL Proactive Cyber Security and Policy programs by outlining the structure, authority, and processes needed to execute the organization's mission.

Vulnerability & Penetration Testing

Vulnerability & Penetration Testing

Identify threats first with proactive cyber security vulnerability and penetration testing services you need to to find and prevent risks to your business before hackers or malicious insiders do.

Cybervisor® Consulting Services

Cybervisor® Consulting Services

Start-ups to multinationals across all business sectors depend on our preeminently qualified proactive cyber security assistance to implement effective controls and countermeasures.

Awareness & Training

Awareness & Training

Engage with our Human Hacking Awareness, Red Team Attack Simulation, Insider Threat, Secure Coding and awareness training programs to promote Proactive Cyber Security© internally and globally.

Recent Updates

Securing yourself in a Remote Work World
Securing yourself in a Remote Work World

A new remote work world?

COVID-19 or the Coronavirus is changing life as we know it. From simple handshakes to finding toilet paper, life has changed tremendously over the past several weeks. One area that is significantly impacted is the rise of remote workers. Companies in every industry are mandating that employees work from their home offices. This sudden shift in the way we work has created a few new potential cyber security issues that employees and employers.

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SOC 1, SOC 2, or SOC 3
SOC 1, SOC 2, or SOC 3: What’s the difference?

What the SOC?

A service organization controls (SOC) report is a way to verify that an organization is following some specific best practices before you outsource a business function to that organization. These best practices are related to finances, security, processing integrity, privacy, and availability.

It is a standardized report that gives service providers a mechanism to deliver insight into the design and operating effectiveness of internal controls relevant to user entities (i.e., customers). There are three primary types of reports:

A SOC 1 is related to internal controls that impact financial reporting or internal controls of the customers of the service organization.

SOC 2 and SOC 3 are related to internal controls that impact system security or availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, or the privacy of customer data.

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The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity
The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used in the Cybersecurity Industry in many ways, which are still yet to be tapped into. Just as much as other technologies are constantly and dynamically changing, so too is this field. It has just started to make its debut for security applications, and there is a long way to go yet until it is fully adopted and deployed.

But Artificial Intelligence is being used in some key areas in Cybersecurity, which are as follows:

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The Need for vCISOs By SMBs
The Need for vCISOs By SMBs

Cybervisors to the rescue!

For many businesses today, the severe lack of a skilled Cybersecurity workforce is becoming clearly evident on a daily basis.  Just consider some of these statistics:

  • 45% of organizations report that they do not have an adequate IT security staff in order to ensure 24 × 7 × 365 monitoring;
  • 54% of business entities claim that they do not have an adequate Cybersecurity skill set for their size;
  • 57% of entities, even claim that they do not have enough Cybersecurity workers to fully man their Security Operations Centers (SOCs).

It should be noted that the Cybersecurity workforce shortage is a global trend that is occurring not just here in the United States, but on a global basis as well.  This is illustrated in the diagram below:

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