GIS offers a highly robust cyber solution for small and medium companies. In addition to its Comprehensive Commercial Cyber Risk Mitigation Solution, GIS also offers two cyber tools to assist you in fully managing a company’s information. When the tools are with the GIS Comprehensive Commercial Cyber Solution, this highly unique solution gives a company access to a suite of consulting services, information solutions, innovative cyber tools, compliance and baseline assessments and solutions, and breach resolution services that are best in class.
Cyber Sensitive Data Monitor (CSDM)
The GIS Cyber Sensitive Data Monitor (CSDM) protects a company’s sensitive data from cyber-attack on the company’s network. CSDM is a patented SaaS based for commercial use that discovers, manages and protects sensitive personal information where it is most vulnerable on the endpoints and when it leaves the network. Simply, CSDM identifies sensitive information where ever it may reside on a business network, then protects it. CSDM revolutionizes cyber protection for businesses. The GIS Comprehensive Commercial Cyber Solution, the CBRM tool and CSDM’s unique approach to monitoring and protecting a company’s information are invaluable in providing enhanced information security and avoiding the financial and reputational cost of a breach or data ransom.
Cyber Brand and Reputation Management (CBRM)
The GIS Cyber Brand and Reputation Management’s (CBRM) is a tool designed to protect your company by using your company’s digital identity to discover, evaluate, monitor and resolve threats that originate from domains, trademarks and social media accounts. Domain name monitoring provides protection from fraudulent sites and domain squatters, allowing a company to protect its brand and reputation from cyber criminals looking to steal information, redirect a company’s online traffic and profits, and damage a company’s brand. A user-friendly dashboard and user reports give a company a valuable solution to protect its brand and reputation, as well as to protect its systems from potentially harmful malware, viruses and other cyber threats.