CyberSecurity Resource Planning (CSRP): Automation, orchestration, reporting, metrics governance and more
ClearArmor CSRP Software implements a CyberSecurity management framework, proprietary methodology, and next-gen technology.
An interactive complete structured decision-making process in which actions driven by data and analysis are applied to deliver organizational CyberSecurity as defined by NIST CSF and ISO27K.
CyberSecurity is achieved by implementing a program, framework, and technology designed to fit the needs of the organization. A NIST CyberSecurity Framework-based design enables organizations to benefit from a wide range of industry best practices and meets regulatory requirements. Adopting a standards-based approach transforms your organization’s existing CyberSecurity program.
The 2017 Executive Order defines the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF) as the CyberSecurity standard for the Federal Government. Gartner predicts 50% of organizations will adopt the NIST CSF by 2020, making the NIST CSF the gold standard for CyberSecurity. Implementing the Framework will enable companies to meet CyberSecurity requirements demanded by industry, stakeholders, and the Government.
ClearArmor’s CyberSecurity Resource Planning (CSRP) system is a combination of methodologies and technologies, which allow organizations to achieve conformance with the NIST CSF standard. Using CSRP, organizations implement and govern a structured, manageable, and sustainable CyberSecurity program which aligns the organization’s business imperatives with its security initiatives. This innovative approach to CyberSecurity earned ClearArmor an invitation to NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence.
Defined SOPs, continuous monitoring, automation, risk identification/mitigation, stack consolidation, compliance, reporting, and advanced technology in one product – all based on industry standards.
A proper CyberSecurity process includes a documented and continuous employee CyberSecurity program. The ClearArmor CSRP platform can integrate with existing Employee Security programs for documentation.
The process tracks employee CyberSecurity training, providing management summaries of activities and performance.