We Easily Answer Your Most Difficult Cyber Risk Questions:
1. Which vendors in your supply chain are already infecting you? What is your supply chain risk management plan?
Ask us and within 72 hours we deliver a simple but powerful report answering your concerns about whom in your supply chain is infected with malware or other active exploits that are infecting your organization. We deliver this discrete report without touching your network or that of your supplier or partner.
2. How do you receive insight into your organization's cyber threats without liability? We provide an exclusive and simple agreement in the form of a legal platform, which allows you to communicate verbally or electronically in away that is privileged, and non-discoverable, without outside legal counsel. These safe haven methods are unique in the industry.
We have permissions and agreements granted by DHS, Fortune 500, and international U.S. Allies that allow us to identify, track, search, and monitor and often neutralize cyber bad actors—all within U.S. and/or international law. We are also allowed to communicate discovered vulnerabilities and active exploits (e.g. espionage, APTs, social media attacks and threat actor reconaissance) in a way that relieves most if not all liability for the organization.
3. Once you have visibility into the compromises in the organization, what do you do next? We provide an enterprise strategy that has an instant impact in risk mitigation and remediation with your resources, for each of the cyber threat categories.
We go beyond delivering ineffective "dark web reports" that produce liability to the company. We provide effective cyber enterprise risk management, governance, legal and other tools that allow you to execute incident response, remediation, breach response and even neutralize threats in ways that protect valuation, reputation and operations.
4. EU GDPR and Chinese privacy laws are upon us. How will you legally share cyber threat information or block malicious i.p. addresses that originate from the EU?
Beginning May 2018, the EU GDPR applies to you. It requires all companies, even those not doing business in the EU, who transmit, store or utilize EU privacy information, to comply with EU privacy laws or be subject to substantial fines per incident. The General Secretariat for the EU has also gone on the record to define all i.p. addresses and threat information that originate from the EU as privacy information, see url link for more information. The way the law is defined, if you have anti-virus software on any device or in your environment this law applies to you, not just to the anti-virus software company. The enforcement organization has an effective process for discovering whether these i.p. addresses were blocked or transmitted by any device or by your organization, without your consent. They also have the ability to collect fines effectively. Defending against international law will be especially problematic for mid-cap companies. Whether you are a cyber threat information provider or recipient, if your organization does not go through the costly overhead of compliance, it will be operating illegally beginning May, 2018. If you are looking for a strategy that relieves you of this obligation we have a proven and recognized safe haven ready for you.
5. Have your credentials been compromised or have your executives been targeted for espionage?
Our legal platform of permissions and agreements granted by DHS, Fortune 500, and international U.S. Allies that allow us to identify, track, search, and monitor cyber bad actors, all within U.S. and/or international law, is exclusive. This platform, combined with our AI enabled bot-nets that search the Deep-web and Dark-net for exploits, makes identifying cyberattacks targeting your executives highly effective. Our "playbook" for protecting valuations and reputation under attack by these exploits with Cyber Enterprise Risk Management tools has us recognized as leaders in our field, by the U.S. Secret Service, and DHS.
5. Are you experiencing a material cyber risk? If so what can you do about it?
In todays environment, compliance is not enough. Officers must be wary of espionage, i.p. theft and other threats that go beyond theft of PII, PHI or other regulated information. Stakeholders and government regulators are increasingly demanding it. We have a simple 3-step playbook, “What Every Executive Needs to Know Before, During, and After a Cyber Compromise.” It has an instant impact on reducing your liability, protecting your valuation, and salvaging your reputation. More importantly, we deliver that play-book within a 1 to 3-hour briefing. You execute it, without the long tail of consulting services.
6. Have secrets already been exfiltrated?
Perhaps that company you're acquiring is severely compromised with espionage malware, or has had it's unique intellectual property (i.p.) exfiltrated. How will you know? We can tell you about it before you make that investment. So, if you're procuring new technology, signing with a new vendor, joining a new venture or acquiring a company (M&A), why not protect yourself by calling us for a simple report disclosing whats already known by bad actors, but not by you?
7. See Board Member's FAQs with respect to Cyber Enterprise Risk Management.
*Easy to Engage
*No Hardware/software to install.
* Visibility into What you Didn’t Know
* Intelligence-Based Decisions and Resource Allocation
* Preserves Valuation by Enabling a Proactive Defense Posture
* Salvages Reputation by Interrupting the Advance Toward a Breach
* Mitigates Risk & Liability by Identifying 3rd Parties Infecting You Today
* Provides Insight Into Effective/Ineffective Cyber Strategy