BAI Security is pleased and proud to announce that we have been included in the CIO Review Enterprise Security list of the “20 Most Promising Enterprise Security Companies.”
The companies included in this year’s list were selected by a panel of CIOs and CEOs of public companies, analysts, and the CIO Review editorial board. The list highlights a select group of companies that “provide uniquely effective approaches to enterprise security threats.” CIO’s write-up also states that it “believes these companies have achieved significant momentum and will rise above the rest.” So you can see why we’re so pleased to be included.
In CIO Review’s article on BAI Security, we were (correctly!) described as a “singularly-focused IT Security and Compliance firm that provides solutions for regulated and non-regulated industries…” an industry leader “highly-recognized for our exceptional ability to identify weaknesses in information systems, policies, and personnel that can lead to system compromises and data breaches … a sought-after IT Security and Compliance firm for organizations that wish to step beyond just meeting the minimum compliance standards and who truly strive to protect their highly-valued data and reputation.”
The article provided information about our core services, including IT Security Assessment, Compliance Audits and Risk Assessment Review, our Compromise Assessment offering, and our Security Awareness Training.
CIO Review noted that BAI’s IT Security Assessment service “has often proven itself to be dramatically more comprehensive than traditional methods used by competitors.” BAI Security’s IT Security Assessment consists of a comprehensive evaluation of key technologies, systems, and personnel within an organization to identify vulnerabilities that can lead to a compromise of data assets and/or intellectual property. This approach has a more fundamental focus on identifying real-world security weaknesses, rather than just conforming to minimum compliance requirements.
BAI Security’s compliance Controls Audits and Risk Assessments evaluate an organization’s existing policies and procedures against applicable compliance and legal standards. Additionally, the audit identifies reasonably foreseeable risks that could lead to service interruption or unauthorized disclosure, misuse, alteration, or destruction of confidential information.
Our Compromise Assessment service is, at its core, a forensic audit of all the endpoint devices (servers and workstations) in an organization to determine if a breach has already occurred. This service can identify various types of undetected malware, including those that have contributed to many of the data breaches in recent headlines. We also offer Compromise Assessment as a managed service, providing continual monitoring of the environment to identify suspicious activities that could lead to a breach.
Finally, we were pleased to see that the article mentioned our Security Awareness Training, which helps boost an organization’s information security posture by increasing employees understanding of security threats and the damage they can cause. Our training utilizes a unique approach to adult learning, setting a new standard in efficacy and knowledge retention.
Thank you, CIO Review!