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As well as reputational damage and operational disruption, data breaches and other high-impact cyber incidents can result in legal and compliance failings - which may lead to lawsuits and fines for those affected.
Compliance with state and industry-enforced regulations and standards is a major undertaking. There are now many strategic and governance issues related to information security, privacy, risk, and business continuity for organizations to consider.
What is clear, is that when it comes to identifying and mitigating risks, organizations must now adopt a proactive approach if they are to avoid penalties. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), for instance, states that organizations must have a "process for regularly testing, assessing and evaluating the effectiveness of technical and organizational measures." ISO-27001 and the PCI DSS as well as frameworks such as NIST 800-53 also have similar requirements.
How Picus Can Help You:
By continuously testing and helping to improve the effectiveness of security controls, The Picus Complete Security Control Validation Platform helps organizations to comply with a wide range of regulations and standards.
Picus simulates attacks across the cyber kill chain, helping security and risk leaders to understand whether critical assets are protected and whether threats could lead to breaches and the loss or encryption of sensitive personal and financial data.
Easily accessible reports and dashboards help security teams to quantify risks, make tactical and strategic decisions, and demonstrate compliance to business leaders and auditors. To aid benchmarking, Picus maps all assessment results to the MITRE ATT&CK framework, a global knowledge base of adversarial tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).