How C3 Can Help
C3 helps clients evaluate the market, the platforms, and the providers. We provide our clients with a tried and true process to identify and implement Cybersecurity solutions.
Cybersecurity is a complex subject. Every day a new incident is brought to our attention in the news. C3 Technology Advisors help our clients create solutions to ensure that an organization’s data is protected and available for authorized use.
In conjunction with other tools like the NIST v1.1 Cybersecurity Framework, our clients benefit from our approach to develop and implement a mature cybersecurity posture.
C3 Technology Advisors consult with our client to answer these questions:
Are your current organizational policies to manage cybersecurity risk to systems, people, assets, data, and capabilities in place and regularly updated?
As Email Phishing, Malware and other threats are constantly evolving how well are your existing solutions protecting your data?
Do you want to know when an Active Threat is in your network as soon as it happens, or 99 days after (the national average for threat detection)?
If your business was in the news, would your Incident Response plan help guide you to respond appropriately?
When an incident occurs do you have the appropriate capabilities to get your business up and running quickly?
Challenges & Disruptors
The challenges and disruptors for cybersecurity are as follows:
Public, private, hybrid and multi-cloud
Hiring and retaining security professionals to identify and respond to threats
SIEM implementations that are costly and provide limited value
Rapid application development across multiple platforms
Internet of Things device proliferation
Government policies for data privacy and protection
Growing volumes and multiple varieties of data to manage
Need help Identifying & Implementing Cybersecurity Strategies?
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