The Phoenix 2.0 Cyber Risk Management Program is based on The NIST Cybersecurity Framework of computer security guidance for how private sector organizations in the United States can assess and improve their ability to manage, prevent, detect, and respond to cyber risk and attacks.
For each phase of the framework we have a list of recommended tools, polices, solutions that clients should have in place given their industry, size and scope. We derive a risk score of their existing security posture as measured against security industry best practices. All of this is easily turned into an on-going living Cyber-Risk Management Playbook, which in turn rolls up into your organization’s Business Continuity Plan.
In today’s world of rampant RansomWare and the blurring of technology, workflow and business process, the risk to your organization is immense and can easily be terminal. The preventative and contingency measures that can help you stave off or recover from a breach or other critical events are surprisingly low in cost in comparison to the ROI and value they will provide.
Phoenix 2.0 has a proprietary framework for conducting risk assessments that is expedient, un-intrusive and will give you situational awareness and a plan for action.
We’ve placed senior security professionals at many household name companies and silicon valley enterprises and have the skills required to asses and implement straightforward everyday best practices for small to medium local organizations and architect secure enterprise grade infrastructure for bigger, more advanced environments.
During our risk assessment we assess your technical, physical and administrative controls and give you an honest appraisal of your current state, any gaps, what the future state should look like, industry best practices and what it will take to get there. We find that most organizations can significantly reduce their risk by following some basic best practices. We can share templates of policies and help you customize a program to suit your organization.