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Be certain that your operation works with Technology Risk Management and Information Security Divisions to ensure cyber vulnerability remediation solutions are understood and implemented.
Benefits of the Cybersecurity Automation Kanban
- Do you have devices that provide support for automated security status monitoring tools, specifically for monitoring system events related to cybersecurity (example, syslog)?
- Does the vendor have an industry recognized security track record or are they not cybersecurity experts and relatively new to the security scene?
- When using external vendors for process outsourcing or automation technology, have they been assessed for vendor risk to ensure robust governance and cybersecurity protocols are in place?
- Does your cybersecurity plan include recognition of critical facilities and/or cyber assets that are dependent upon IT or automated processing?
- What are your organizations policies and procedures governing risk generally and Cybersecurity risk specifically. How does senior management communicate and oversee policies and procedures?
- What does it take for automated logical reasoning behind governance and adjudication decisions necessary for cybersecurity management?
- Do you have a process to ensure cybersecurity for your entire fleet of automation assets?
- Are you sharing cybersecurity information using automated exchange standards with other organizations?
- Do you have a working process for the vetting and implementation of new technologies, including behavioral analytics, automation and cognitive, for inclusion in your cybersecurity architecture?
- How do you account for the role and benefit that At-Will inspections provide in ensuring that Departmental contractors have adopted adequate cybersecurity measures?
The Art of Service has identified and prioritized 1869 Cybersecurity Automation critical capabilities and use cases to assess and use. Leaders can select those results that best align with their business needs before implementing a solution.
The Art of Service's Critical Capabilities evaluates and prioritizes hundreds of results to help with the outcome selection process.
This Critical Capabilities Kanban will enable leaders to shortlist hundreds of appropriate results fast, because they are uniquely ready-to-use prioritized, starting with the 'Must Have' category; the most urgent and critical priorities.
This Kanban will help you plan and manage your Cybersecurity Automation roadmap.
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As seen in the Kanban above, the complete 1869 Cybersecurity Automation critical capabilities and use cases, their prioritization, workflows, tagging and questions.
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Also included is the Cybersecurity Automation critical capabilities Book in PDF format covering all the criteria including ideas for (potential) roles to assign the criteria to. Table of contents:
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