What's the problem?
Sysadmins, Developers, and Security Officers can't see value from security compliance. It requires time-consuming outside research and guesswork that's counter to an agile environment.
Payment processors, Hosting Providers, Clinics, credit unions, universities, State DMV's
Pss...only 11% passed any kind of security accountability program in 2014. Do you care?
Why should you care?
Increasing data breaches and media coverage have particularly made security a top priority for many organizations. In 2014, only 11% passed any kind of security compliance program and this includes DMVs, Credit Unions, Clinics, and Universities.
Many organizations are intimidated by and resistant to the time involved with security compliance - preferring to use security processes in memory. This leads to no understanding of the effectiveness of their security processes and no accountability of their security controls.
Self-service compliance for agile operations
Audit current security processes and identify areas for improvement.
Clear security controls provide easy audit upkeep for industry standards and state/federal regulations.
Approachable objectives break down the dense guesswork and eliminate time-consuming outside research.
Akshat and his team have made something that is complicated much more simplified.
--Roy Wattanasin, Healthcare Infosecurity Professional