If there was a cybersecurity easy button, Shield would be it.
Sentinel Shield is a comprehensive stack of personnel, tools, processes, and capabilities that is constantly operating and improving, to protect your systems, implement cybersecurity maturity, and meet your compliance requirements (Especially if you’re subject to DFARS and CMMC).
When you put up your Shield, you get your own blue team that includes everyone from the systems analyst reviewing log files on protected endpoints, up to the Chief Information Security Officer providing strategic oversight and executive advising. It includes a deep stack of tooling that keeps a constant watch on the network and endpoints to detect and block attackers, as well as robust processes to ensure nothing falls through the cracks.
And it all comes at a predictable monthly cost, scaled to your organization’s size.
Peace of mind, as simple as 1-2-3..
GET A STRONG FOOTING
The first step in building a cybersecurity program is understanding the assets, the environment, the objectives, the personnel, the data and the requirements.
ASSESS RISKS AND GAPS
With that strong foundation, we turn a focus toward addressing the biggest risks (technical and otherwise) and discovering major gaps in the security posture.
PROTECT YOUR ENVIRONMENT
Once we have a handle on the environment, we start rolling out deep protection mechanisms, such as endpoint threat detection and hardened baselines.
MONITOR FOR THREATS
The environment is hardened and our team is embedded. Now, we establish normal behavior patterns and detect malicious activity.
RESPOND TO PROBLEMS
With incidents, it’s never “if”; it’s always “when”. Whether it’s a cyber attack or a disaster scenario, we’re working to contain the problem and keep things moving.
PREPARE FOR CERTIFICATION
Your cybersecurity program needs to stand up to scrutiny. With the comprehensive processes and tools in place, we turn toward preparing for assessment/audit/certification.
What’s Actually Happening?
Sentinel Shield is really a set of tools, processes and personnel working together to keep your cybersecurity posture strong. It really is the process of building a cybersecurity program. And it has many moving parts, some of which are: