Evaluate your organization's internal IT and security controls
Large organizations often lack centralized visibility into risk, with distributed teams using separate risk management tools. As a result, risk assessments not only tend to be inconsistent and disjointed, but also leave potentially risky gaps in coverage.
Prevalent standardizes assessments against SOC II, cyber essentials and other frameworks, providing IT and cybersecurity teams with a central platform for measuring and demonstrating adherence to internal security mandates.
Accelerates internal risk identification and response
Validates the presence of compensating controls
Drives security accountability across the organization
Simplifies and standardizes risk reporting
Leverage the Prevalent Compliance Framework (PCF) to conduct internal, controls-based risk assessments, and benchmark the results against ISO, NIST and other compliance and security frameworks.
Get a continuous threat intelligence feed across business units, divisions and operating companies. Combine intelligence on organizational breaches, regulatory findings and other business risk data with cyber risk data from threat feeds, paste sites, forums and dark web pages using Prevalent Vendor Threat Monitor or BitSight.
Get immediate notification of high-risk issues, prioritization, and remediation recommendations with real-time data feeds and context from a database containing 10+ years of data breaches.
Leverage a repeatable process to automatically route risks with escalations, chasing reminders and other advanced workflow capabilities.
Combine risk assessment results and outside data feeds into a central register for risk identification and prioritization. Facilitate risk register discussions between divisions and business units with bi-directional remediation workflows.
Benchmark cybersecurity program performance by mapping risk assessment results to CoBiT, ISO, NIST and other best-practice frameworks.
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