CYBERSECURITY PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
NEXTGEN VIRTUAL CISO
CYBER RISK ASSESSMENT
Your organization is unique. But all too often, cost concerns force mid-market companies to settle for cookie cutter solutions. Silent Sector provides unbiased vendor and technology-neutral cybersecurity assessments, guidance, managed cybersecurity services, and program implementation to keep your company compliant and ahead of the threats. We design solutions for mid-market and emerging companies in the healthcare, financial services, technology, education, manufacturing, and defense industries.
Silent Sector's unique Expertise Impact Model™ streamlines cost and response time by putting you in direct contact with the experts you need. Using an asymmetrical warfare approach based on US Army Special Forces experience, our Expertise Impact Model maximizes capabilities of your internal and external resources. This force multiplication methodology also focuses on getting the most value from your existing software and hardware. It’s how Silent Sector delivers the high level of proficiency typically only available to large enterprises, right-sized for the budgets of mid-market and emerging organizations who need it most.
Silent Sector protects clients across industries with stringent cybersecurity and compliance requirements. As a cybersecurity services company, our team provides cybersecurity program development, vCISO consulting, risk assessments, and penetration testing services to software companies, healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, defense contractors, educational institutions, and other organizations requiring resilient and compliant cyber risk management programs.
The case studies below show a few examples of organizations that leveraged Silent Sector's managed security services, unique processes, and expertise to achieve far more in less time, using fewer resources.
A B2B software company had grown very quickly due to rapid market adoption of its innovative product. With the CTO and founding partner's growing responsibilities, as well as the growth of the development team, it was no longer possible ... Read More