What does it mean to understand or improve your Cybersecurity posture?
The NIST definition of cybersecurity posture is “the security status of an enterprise’s networks, information assurance resources (e.g., people, hardware, software, policies) and capabilities in place to manage the defense of the enterprise and to react as the situation changes.” It’s the overall IT security system and the practices defined to secure the company.
Axis uses a cybersecurity framework (CSF) to help improve the overall security posture of our clients. Our CSF includes 5 basic elements.
Axis can help our clients with any or all of these 5 elements, but our security team always stresses the importance of the first step is in the process. IDENTIFYING the cybersecurity inventory will establish the attack surface of your infrastructure, and this will be the foundation for strategic planning.
If you want 2020 to be the year when you fully understand your organization’s overall security posture, Axis is here to get you started. We provide clients with an affordable assessment and inventory audit that identifies the challenges to your security infrastructure and where potential risk resides. With this foundation, we can help your team develop a strategy to prioritize your most important security challenges using the CSF framework.
Our 3-step strategy allows us to come up with the best solution for your organization.
Step 1: Interview
Discover your security posture. What are your company’s specific challenges with infrastructure security?
Step 2: Perform Scan
Take inventory of your entire infrastructure to find out where potential risk resides.
Step 3: Axis Solutions
Our solutions are not vendor specific because there are different ways to implement a solid cybersecurity framework.