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ARM

The Adaptive Risk Model

The patented Adaptive Risk Model (ARM) identifies deficiencies, measures potential business impact, and recommends prioritized mitigation actions. The engagement cycle results in a customized set of rank-ordered tactical actions to mitigate the associated business risks while accurately quantifying the cybersecurity risk profile for your organization.

 

The Cybersecurity Capacity and Maturity Assessment (C2MA) processes cybersecurity risk as a business problem, not simply an IT problem. This assessment measures both the cybersecurity capacity and maturity of the organization across the entire business enterprise and provides visibility into the areas offering the greatest potential reduction in business risk. The findings are used to generate a mitigation roadmap enabling the focused deployment of cybersecurity resources. 

A typical engagement begins with a baseline stage where your current Cybersecurity capability and maturity is measured across the entire business enterprise and provides a holistic view of where your organization stands today relative to cyber-risk, expressed in a ranking for each business domain. 

The Arm Process Cycle enables organization to adapt rapidly to changing environments, organizational needs and business threats

Our Services

BC/DR

Business continuity and disaster recovery engagement maps rank-ordered mitigation actions to the associated business risks.  

Cloud Strategy

The advantages to Cloud computing bring a unique set of challenges that must be addressed to avoid eroding the innate value of Cloud technology. 

Business Impact Analysis

To achieve Business and Cyber-resiliency, data about your business operations and service delivery must be collected, assessed and analyzed. 

Identity & Access Management

Today’s identity-related issues and the complexity associated with virtual infrastructures and mobile platforms, create hybrid on-premises/cloud applications that are challenging to Cyber-resiliency. 

CMMC

Risk is an undeniable factor in conducting business. Quantification of cybersecurity risk to determine potential impact compared to organizational Risk Appetite has proven to be problematic.

VRM

Organizations implement VRM programs as a formal way to evaluate, track and measure third-party risk, assess its impact on all aspects of your business, and develop compensating controls