Cyber Tackle Box™

A cloud-based cyber resilience and compliance platform

Cyber Tackle Box™

The Cyber Tackle Box™ cloud-based platform from Lionfish Cyber Security orchestrates cyber security management with modules that address compliance, workflow solutions, tool identification, vendor management, and training. It has been designed to help any business or government agency implement and manage cyber security practices with speed and agility to mitigate risk and survive a cyber-attack or general systems failure.

And when it comes to compliance, Cyber Tackle Box is an effective way to manage your compliance processes in accordance with industry standards. Cyber Tackle Box allows you to monitor and review policies, check for deviations and report potential gaps in compliance.

Lionfish provides a variety of custom software security solutions. You can use Cyber Tackle Box™ right out of the box, or we can configure the product for your needs.  In addition, we provide consulting and professional services to develop extension software packages that meet the particular needs of your organization.
 

Cyber Tackle Box™ includes:

  • Cloud-based compliance management software for any industry's audit and non-audit scenarios including NIST 800-171 and CMMC V2.0, SOC I & II, HIPAA, and ISO!
  • Pre-built templates help complete 85% of the required policy and procedure documentation.
  • User friendly and simple to use.
  • Ability to add internal processes and policies for consolidated in-house and outside compliance management.
  • Built in scheduler to assign tasks to team members or set yourself reminders.
  • Help to select the right technology to address cyber gaps.
  • Save artifacts like screenshots and documentation to show auditing agencies proof you have controls in place per their requirements.
  • Heads up scorecard displays your progress and shows a risk assessment score based on your input.
  • Do it yourself (DIY), self-aid options.
  • Expansive help library including video, audio, and text learning modules.
  • Managed security services that can be throttled up or down for the maintenance and ongoing management of a business security posture.
  • Cyber security apprenticeship management system module and recognized National Department of Labor (DOL) apprenticeship process used as an intermediary to train your employees.
  • 24x7 cyber security tech support.

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When it comes to compliance, every device connecting to a “compliant” IT network must follow security protocols. Overlooking any connected devices creates a non-compliance incident that could be exploited and used to harm your organization.

The Role of Compliance in Cybersecurity

Many organizations fall victim to cybercrime because compliance and security are not a high priority for them.

For your organization to run smoothly, both compliance and security are critical.

How Data Compliance and Cybersecurity Differ

To ramp up your organization’s security posture, you can implement strong authentication, data protection, access monitoring, network-to-edge defenses, etc.
By routinely validating the effectiveness of these solutions once they’re in place, you can ensure your organization is taking the necessary measures to avoid non-compliance and security

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6 Reasons why you need Cyber Tackle Box™:

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1.You work in a field that is increasingly reliant on technology

The nature of your work may not be directly cyber related, but the fact that you use various technologies as part of your job indicates that you could be exposed to security threats and might require proficiency in cybersecurity practices.

2. You need a clearer understanding about the scope of cybersecurity needs

Conversations between cybersecurity experts and non-experts often result in disagreement about the nature of cyber threats and which security measures are appropriate. This divide is also evident in the different objectives that law enforcement seeks to achieve when fighting against cybercrime: privacy concerns vs. public safety. Cyber Tackle Box helps align compliance practices with security practices.

3. You are concerned about your online privacy and security but lack the knowledge to understand threats and find solutions

The growth of social media has made it easier for cybercriminals to gather information about you via data mining techniques that identify patterns or weaknesses in your online behavior (e.g., catfishing, clickjacking, and phishing). In addition, as a consequence of increased online connectivity to cloud platforms, your data is more vulnerable to identity theft. Fortunately, the solution to this problem has been around for decades: encryption. However, many people are unaware that simple steps can greatly reduce their vulnerability to identity theft and other cyber threats.

4. Compliance in cyber security starts with an understanding of where the gaps lie

Cyber criminals exploit loopholes in security systems. Understanding the nature of such gaps and how they operate allows you to create strong barriers against cyber intrusion and reduce vulnerabilities.

5. The stakes have never been higher

Recently, a ransomware attack targeted computers in about 100 nations. This incident affected more than 200,000 victims and led to losses of over $4 billion. This was just one among many attacks launched against organizations worldwide throughout the year.

Cloud-based compliance management software is an effective way to manage the compliance process in accordance with industry standards.  The software allows you to monitor and review policies, check for deviations and report potential gaps in compliance.

6. You are overwhelmed, but know that you are not alone.

Cybersecurity affects you whether you are in the private or public sector. Governments, political parties, and corporations face cyber threats within and outside their networks, and this has led to increased awareness about cybersecurity concerns among non-technical employees. The rise of social media has provided new opportunities for hackers to target organizations through phishing scams and other nefarious tactics.