Dynetics Online Portal Seeks to Help Businesses Assess Cybersecurity Risks; Jonathan Whitcomb Comments

DyneticsDynetics has unveiled an online portal that aims to help companies assess cyber threats and evaluate their performance in satisfying cybersecurity goals.

The web-based SelfAssure platform, launched under the Cyber RiskScope product line, is designed to generate risk profiles, graphs and recommendations on how to better protect enterprises from cyber attacks using the answers provided by users to cyber-related questions, Dynetics said May 22.

The online portal complies with the National Institute of Standards and Technology‘s cybersecurity framework and comes with a service desk, self-help and support line services to accommodate network risk-related queries.

Jonathan Whitcomb, vice president of enterprise solutions at Dynetics, said the Cyber RiskScope is a set of risk management tools that includes corporate security monitoring, comprehensive assessments and mitigation services.

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