Cyber Threat is a Corporate Governance Issue

Today’s Cybersecurity is not just a problem for your technical team, it is everyone’s business. In recent years, organizations are finally starting to understand that cybersecurity is not a problem that can be solely allocated to IT or information security teams, but...

The Final RMF Step: Accountability and Continuous Monitoring

This is our final blog focused on discussing the Risk Management Framework (RMF) produced by NIST to simplify and transform IT security and risk management activities in a consumable six-step process. In our previous blogs we’ve covered why does the RMF still matter...

A Continuing Look at RMF: Validate Controls and Policies

In a previous blog “Why Does the Risk Management Framework Still Matter?” we looked at an overview and the first steps of the NIST Risk Management Framework. In this blog we are continuing the discussion as we look into steps focused on Continuous Monitoring of the...

Why Does the Risk Management Framework Still Matter?

What is the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF)? Simply put: The RMF provides steps/activities to manage your organizations risk and to develop an effective information security program applied to legacy and new systems. NIST provides an overview of RMF in a blog as...

Achieving Cyber Security

What makes BAP unique in an industry flooded with cybersecurity solutions? Simple- BAP is Accountable Security, developed with the end state in mind, making a Cyber Implementation Easier and Accountable. BAP leverages existing cyber investments, augmenting the tools...