Alignment to the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Critical Security Controls can be a major asset to your organization. With its thorough approach and relatively simple structure, the CIS Controls framework has become incredibly popular among mid-market and emerging companies.
Whether you are looking to strengthen cybersecurity measures or implement a program for the first time, Silent Sector can help you define the appropriate controls and assess deficiencies within your environment. Once gaps are identified, we will build a roadmap to alignment and implement CIS Controls, creating a proactive cybersecurity program for your organization.
Silent Sector works with mid-market and emerging companies to build and mature their cybersecurity programs while aligning them to CIS Controls, creating a long-lasting cyber risk management foundation.
From individual control consulting to complete CIS Control framework alignment services, the Silent Sector Expertise-Driven Cybersecurity methodology brings your team guidance and hands-on support to accelerate progress and strengthen your risk posture.
Our goal is to maximize the capabilities the technologies you already, enabling your organization to save time, costs, and confusion. Silent Sector accelerates cyber risk management initiatives with effective solutions fine tuned to the unique characteristics of your company.
Contact Silent Sector today to find out more about how you can align with the appropriate cybersecurity framework for your organization.
The CIS Controls framework is a set of 20 control categories that are meant to guide a wide range of organizations toward a strong cybersecurity posture. These controls are broken down into 3 implementation groups referred to as, "basic, foundational, and organizational." Each group is designed for companies of a different size and set of internal capabilities, ranging from small business to large enterprise. The CIS Controls framework is an excellent choice for many mid-market and emerging companies. It is simpler to implement than frameworks such as NIST SP 800-53 and ISO 27001, while being robust enough to define the appropriate security measures for the vast majority of companies in the United States.
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