What's the problem with security?
Sony. Ashley Madison. Everybody says do more security but nobody knows what that means. More penetration testing, more vulnerability scanning, more risk assessment, more intrusion detection systems, and yet we're still getting breached.
How do you stop them?
Defense in Depth (also known as Castle Approach) is when multiple layers of security controls (defense) are placed throughout a critical environment. It is a layering tactic, conceived by the National Security Agency (NSA) as a comprehensive approach to information and electronic security.
Where are the Security Controls?
They are published in lengthy spreadsheets like NIST 800-53, ISO 27002, PCI-DSS, FEDRAMP, SOC 2. Compliance is conforming to those security controls, much like financial compliance conforms to policies, standards, or laws.
Why can only 10% comply?
Sysadmins, Developers, and Security Officers can't prioritize compliance because its overwhelming and time-consuming. Moreover, deciphering "crappy" spreadsheets is uninteresting work and nobody likes auditors telling them what to do. But few know how to actually get it done!
What's the solution?
ComplianceChamp integrates every component of compliance — like documenting gaps and collecting artifacts to make security audits easier. It provides metrics into the effectiveness of your security processes, making it easy for the Chief Information Officer to see at a glance what areas of your environment need security hygiene.
Product & Services
Gap Analysis & Audit
Use our tool to audit compliance gaps inside your critical environment while showing insight about IT Operations' security process.
Report & Attestation
After the audit, export an Attestation of Compliance PDF that you can report to industry regulations and customers with security questionnaires.
Documentation Management & Evidence Collection
Our software breaks down the guesswork into digestible next steps; eliminate time-consuming outside research.
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