Criterion Unveils Cybersecurity Compliance & Risk Management Platform for Federal Agencies

Criterion Unveils Cybersecurity Compliance & Risk Management Platform for Federal Agencies - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Criterion Systems has launched a platform designed to help federal agencies develop and field cybersecurity and privacy programs.

CyberScale is a cyber compliance and risk management platform for customers to identify and assess a CS&P program's risk using the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Cybersecurity Framework, the company said Tuesday.

“By supporting a variety of cybersecurity risk profiles and models, CyberScale saves organizations significant time and resources, while helping them to truly understand the as-is state of their CS&P programs,“ said Dan Chandler, Criterion's chief information security officer and vice president of product development for CyberScale.

CyberScale could help organizations shift to a risk management model, build up cyber resilience capabilities, enhance program maturity and determine needed changes to their CS&P framework profile as new threats emerge.

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