Security standards and requirements frameworks have evolved to tackle modern day threats to corporate systems and the sensitive data they contain.
Nonetheless, recent developments have been focusing more on compliance rather than the continually evolving threats that need to be addressed. In 2008, the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) recognized these oversights as a serious problem and, together with a consortium of U.S. and international agencies, developed the Critical Security Controls (CSC 20) to greatly improve risk posture against real-world threats.
At Bralin Technology Solutions, we know the importance of effective cyber defense. That’s why we’ve gone to great lengths to gain a thorough understanding of the latest CSC 20 framework in order to ensure that our clients are employing the most up to date guidance. Most notably, the framework places a strong emphasis on “what works” and has been demonstrated to have real world effectiveness. In this way, CSC 20 centers on efficient security functions that actually defend against the latest advanced threats.
In essence, CSC 20 prioritizes a select number of actionable controls with potential to yield exceptional results. Additionally, due to being patterned after the most common attacks as well as tested and reviewed across government and industry sectors, CSC 20 confidently serves as the key method for immediate high-value action.
Our CSC 20 services include but are not limited to:
- Security configurations for hardware and software
- Malware defenses
- Application software security
- Wireless access control
- Data recovery capability
- Security skills assessment and appropriate training to fill gaps
- Secure configurations for network devices such as firewalls and routers
- Controlled access based on the need to know
- Data protection
- Incident response and management
- Penetration tests and red team exercises
In today’s market, CSC 20 is the most effective instrument for cyber defense. For assistance in implementing these critical security controls, give us a call at (306) 445-4881 or (306) 825-3881 or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.