About the Risk-Based
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) makes available a widely adopted risk-based Cybersecurity Framework—a set of existing standards, guidelines, and practices to help organizations manage cyber risks. The framework provides a common language to address and manage cyber risk in a cost-effective way based on business needs, without placing additional regulatory requirements on businesses.
For any size businesses, Rofori Corporation offers a cloud-based solution, DEFCON™ Cybersecurity Risk Assessment, that incorporates the NIST CSF and NIST SP 800-171 (DFARS), allowing comprehensive protection by allowing your organization to be aware of the security gaps and the remediation needed. DEFCON™ continuously monitors for actions taken and updates your risk score accordingly.
For larger enterprises needing to validate cybersecurity and data privacy risk compliance within their supply chains, Rofori offers the cloud-based solution, DEFCON™ Data Privacy Risk Management, that aligns to the requirements of the GDPR, CCPA, and Privacy Shield.
DEFCON™ Cybersecurity Risk Assessment
DEFCON™ Cybersecurity Risk Assessment is a monthly subscription service designed for businesses as a standards-based approach to cybersecurity risk management, measuring execution of your best practices as defined by your response activities and actions.
DEFCON™ Data Privacy Risk Management
A readiness assessment system for larger enterprises needing to validate cybersecurity and data privacy risk compliance within their supply chains, Rofori offers the cloud-based solution, DEFCON™ Data Privacy Risk Management, that aligns to the requirements of the GDPR, CCPA, and Privacy Shield.
Rofori Corporation understands the complexities of complying with the new comprehensive data privacy laws regarding PII, global and within the U.S. Look to Rofori for the advisory services to navigate this regulatory landscape along with our cloud-based solutions to ease the path to readiness.
Data privacy is the aspect of information technology that deals with the ability an organization or individual has to determine what data in a computer system can be shared with third parties.
IT policies begins with IT governance. IT governance explains organizational processes, identifies who is responsible for implementing and managing IT processes, and ensures that IT operations are aligned with company strategies, goals and risk acceptance thresholds.