The failure to comply with company policies can often lead to a cyber breach. Unfortunately, many organizations lack even basic security policies. Mission Multiplier has the ability to craft policies that help companies implement security best practices and conform to industry standards.
Covering the How-To of Mitigating Threats
Human beings will always be the greatest vulnerability to an organization’s security. Small human errors can have catastrophic consequences. The first step in mitigating human error is developing and implementing sound policies. Mission Multiplier has the skill to craft distinct but interconnected policy development elements such as:
These elements make up the “how to” of preventing or reacting to cyber incidents, and their application adds an additional layer of security to information system assets.
We’ll Do the Hard Part
Mission Multiplier has experience creating policies specifically tailored to meet the exacting requirements of industry and government standards, such as RMF and DFARS.
We can work with executive management to construct policies for a top-down approach, or we can equally confer with users for a bottom-up approach in order to build policies that meet industry requirements yet are still amenable to the average employee.
Like many parts of cybersecurity, policy development is a continuous process. Policies need to be regularly modified and updated to conform to new regulations, laws, and technical changes.
Mission Multiplier can work with organizations to ensure that their policies remain up-to-date, are relevant, and are adequately disseminated and are managed.
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With Mission Multiplier’s ISSO-as-a-Service offering, companies can now access proven cyber subject matter experts on an on-demand basis to help satisfy the latest cyber regulations, and for a fraction of the price of hiring a full-time information systems security officer.