Qmulos is excited to share the new capabilities, derived from the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program, available in our December 2018 release of Q-Compliance.
DHS, in collaboration with other agencies and industry partners, established an AWARE risk scoring algorithm to help organizations prioritize remediation of the most critical cyber hygiene issues across their environments. With risk management now elevated to a board-level discussion, our product incorporates this algorithm, powered by Splunk, and provides CISOs with both real time, granular information and alerts for fixing their worst problems, as well as summarized reporting suitable for briefing executives and board members.
Whether you’re an agency or commercial entity, this risk scoring algorithm will provide insights and help you to greatly improve your security posture. We expect it to evolve over time, however, the current algorithm focuses on three critical cyber hygiene domains; unauthorized assets, vulnerabilities, and misconfigurations, and incorporates asset classification, tolerance, aging, and severity.
We’d like to invite you to engage us for a discussion and live demo for how this could apply to you and how it could benefit your organization. Request a demo or call us, 1.844.476.8567 today!