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IT Security Risk Management (ITSRM)
If you have not invested in safeguarding your Information
Assets, you are risking your ogranization's future!
There may be over seventy-five (75) billion computers, including smart phones and tablets, connected to the Internet by 2020!  A recent FBI study stated that US businesses lose over $600 billion a year combating malicious code, computer and smart phone theft, and other cyber crime cost.  Hackers have nothing to do but hack other's systems; it's much cheaper to hack a system than protect a systems.

Your company, its customers, and vendors rely heavily on information technology (IT) to meet operational, legal, financial, and administrative requirements.
The destruction, corruption, unauthorized disclosure, modification, or theft of sensitive company information could 1) disrupt operations, 2) bring about financial and legal problems, and 3) cause clients or customers to lose confidence in the company and its ability to conduct business.  Consequently - in accordance with recognized "best practices" - you must proactively safeguard information assets. 

IBM (2018) and/or Data Loss/Business Continuity Statistics state  the following:  1) "A single incident of data breach can cost a company an average of four (4) Million dollars;" 2) "Ninety-three (93) percent of companies that lost their data for 10 days or more filed for bankruptcy within a year;" and 3) "Forty (40) percent of businesses that suffer a loss of data fail within 5 years."
Our product reflects best practices and Federal NIST guidelines because No organization has invested as much in CyberSecurity research, development, implementation, and documentation than the Federal Government!  These standards and guidelines are more comprehensive than anything most private organizations could develop!  Furthermore, the government encourages private industry to take advantage of IT security standards and guidelines developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Office of Management and Budgets (OMB), and other government agencies. 

Our team of Certified Information System Security Professionals (CISSP) has streamlined those processes incident to developing and documenting Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning by providing more integrated, interactive, and user friendly tools and techniques using familiar Common Office Environment (COE) components.  Consequently, we have been able to curtail much of the inefficiencies inherent in developing and documenting risk management and contingency planning requirements without costly proprietary systems and/or applications.  Most importantly, we have significantly reduced the cost of documentation, implementation, and validation by developing processes and techniques that can be implemented, maintained, and/or managed by your existing staff - without the high cost of consultants and/or contractors who will, first, have to learn your systems and applications.  Our product is NOT a "cookie cutter" template; but, it is a framework with comprehensive risk and business continuity management techniques that can be, quickly, put in place by your staff.
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