Your business has cybersecurity regulations to meet. The Caetra solution is CyMetric: a risk management tool that helps clarify, manage and define roles regarding compliance.
Contemporary governance, risk and compliance (GRC) tools can assist in managing and implementing compliance policies, but none of them focus on translating regulations and drafting relevant controls and policies for your company to meet the ever-changing compliance regulations for cybersecurity. Until now.
CyMetric Builds Policies to Fit Your Cybersecurity Compliance Objectives
A first of its kind solution: We integrate the law into the software. Distills cybersecurity regulations into detailed controls to deliver policies that fit your risk tolerance and compliance requirements. Reduces dependency on legal counsel to provide regulatory mapping and cybersecurity compliance policies. Incorporates industry standard security frameworks to ensure your policies meet or exceed regulatory requirements.
Regulations currently available in the product:
Other codes can be requested and will be considered by Caetra.io, just send us a message using the prompt in the lower right corner of this page. Timeline for delivery of a requested statute or code will vary.
Modify Policies and Controls as Changes to Regulations Occur
Consolidate Compliance Objectives into Unified Policies and Controls
Eliminate overlapping policies supporting your regulatory environment. CyMetric analyzes regulations from the control perspective consolidating the overlapping requirements of each regulation into one policy. Cybersecurity controls are aligned to the respective data types and information systems that comprise the policy. Compliance personnel can focus their time on the consolidated policies that are shared across business units.
Inventory Information Systems and Data Types
Create a single repository of your environment. All of your information systems and data types are catalogued in one location for easy reference and management. Administrators can delegate owners for unique information systems holding them accountable for system disposition. System owners classify risk profile for each data type supporting the risk tolerance for the organization.