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Our industry expertise gives you that cybersecurity edge
We’re more than just cybersecurity geeks. Our breadth of industry knowledge makes us an invaluable partner in tailoring your defenses to the specific needs of your business.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) has developed a cybersecurity assessment tool to enable financial services companies such as credit unions, community banks, and mortgage lenders to best understand their cybersecurity maturity and inherent risk profile.
Digital Silence takes this tool a step further by leveraging our industry experience, enabling you to focus on the specific issues that will truly move the needle in reducing your overall cybersecurity risks. The FFIEC assessment also supports the various state and compliance requirements for an annual cybersecurity review, including SEC, PCI-DSS, NYDFS.NYCRR.500, and FDIC / NCUA compliance.
Trusted Partner Network, also known as the site security assessment standard from the Motion Picture Association (MPA), is the industry standard certification for vendors working within the Media & Entertainment space. Digital Silence’s certified staff not only can perform official TPN assessments, but we also specialize in industry-specific Physical Production Security, Penetration Testing, and Managed Remediation Services.
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is the most recent certification required for organizations supporting the U.S. public sector. A Digital Silence CMMC review covers the various cybersecurity standards, controls, and best practices required under the CMMC standard. By completing a CMMC assessment, organizations will be prepared to understand what additional cybersecurity changes will keep them CMMC compliant.
Digital Silence is unique in that, in addition to traditional CMMC readiness reviews, we also support industry-specific Managed Remediation Services, Penetration Testing, and Incident Response retainers.
Businesses operating within the health care industry — not just health care providers, but companies such as medical device manufacturers — handle high-trust information within a massive technology framework. The federal government requires operators within the industry to do risk assessments, which go beyond basic cybersecurity measures to include compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) safeguards. The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology helped develop a Security Risk Assessment tool to aid in uncovering weak points.
Digital Silence offers a comprehensive knowledge of overall cybersecurity risks combined with an understanding of best practices to protect health care data. In addition to helping apply the ONC’s tool and suggesting solutions, we offer remediation, penetration testing and incident response services tailored to these specific industry concerns.
While we can help law firms protect sensitive data, law firms often approach Digital Silence on behalf of clients who need security assessments or who are dealing with the fallout from a breach. With our experience in rapid incident handling and remediation, as well as our deep knowledge of the legal industry, we come alongside law firms and their clients as a trusted partner. Digital Silence experts also are skilled at working with counsel to preserve evidence and protect attorney-client privilege.
For industries that lack specific guidelines, the Center for Internet Security (CIS) has developed a formal framework designed to calibrate an organization’s cybersecurity maturity and control posture. Digital Silence’s professional staff will perform a prioritized review of your organization against the CIS security domains to identify the overall cyber-attack surface, with recommendations for remediation.
Dan Nelson, Digital Silence Co-Founder and COO, was named to The American Lawyer’s 2022 list
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