Reducing risks and stopping attacks.
We Know What You Need
You wake up in the morning, and your clock tells you that you are already running late. It's time to get to work and get the day started - so many things on your plate. You need a new cloud security solution to address work from home employees. Investigating, vetting POCs, procurement, implementation, and tuning to your environment - months of work and in the end, just more alerts like all your other security solutions. Even if you go the MSSP route, that's months to get onboarded. What if it were easier?
Quicker Time to Value
Cyvatar's managed outcome solutions help you achieve all your security outcomes. We take on the heavy lifting and infrastructure without requiring you to invest more in resources. That means our cyber avatars have installed, configured, assessed, and remediated your environment and are now maintaining it before you've completed most traditional POCs. We provide weekly updates of your before and after status.
Have you ever bought technology and never gotten value? Cyvatar gives you:
- Faster Time to Value
- Innovation, Agility and Speed
- From CapEx to OpEx
- Combat the Skills Shortage
Based on the feedback from our CXO Cyber Council, we've identified the solutions that will best meet their security problems. We take an industry standards based approach - mapping to the CIS 20 Critical Controls.
Applying just the first five CIS Controls can reduce the risk of cyberattack by around 85%.*
*Source: Input to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity. Submitted by The Center for Internet Security. www.cisecurity.org
The CIS Critical Security Controls (formerly known as the SANS Top 20) are a recommended set of actions for cyber defense that provide specific and actionable best practices to stop today's most pervasive and dangerous attacks. They prioritize and focus on a smaller number of actions with high pay-off results.
California Attorney General concludes that failing to implement the Center for Internet Security's (CIS) Critical Security Controls 'constitutes a lack of reasonable security'.
Source: Center for Internet Security