CyberRx provided technical and documentation support to help the contractor meet the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 252.204-7012 rule that requires federal government contractors to apply cybersecurity controls described in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-171 Guide for protecting controlled unclassified information in non-federal information systems and organizations.
Following a successful phishing attack, the construction company engaged CyberRx to conduct a corporate cybersecurity risk assessment using the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to guide the assessment and identify other potential areas of risk. Following the review, the CyberRx team provided detailed recommendations and a plan of action.
CyberRx partnered with the MSP, using CyberRx’s software platform, to help identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks among its client base of SMBs.
CyberRx partnered with a leading broadband service provider that uses CyberRx’s risk and compliance software platform. With this, their clients assess their internal cybersecurity risks and implement actions to reduce or eliminate the risks.
CyberRx conducted a cybersecurity risk assessment based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) and NIST 800-30 Rev 1 – Guide for conducting risk assessments. The purpose was to establish an objective baseline of the company’s cybersecurity posture, and included an independent review and validation of relevant artifacts.
After the exit of a key employee in accounting, CyberRx was engaged to conduct a cybersecurity risk assessment using the NIST Cybersecurity Framework as the guiding methodology. The CyberRx team provided recommendations and a roadmap to improve the company’s overall cybersecurity posture.