Use Cases

Automated Compliance Monitoring for Framework Management & Assessment

Checking controls is still done mostly by hand. This makes certificating compliance extremely time consuming. Identifying fixes for out-of-compliance issues and updating reports takes a long time. SightGain’s Threat Exposure Management Platform automatically executes continuous compliance montitoring, so you can automatically achieve both compliance and effectiveness on a consistent basis.

Demonstrate how your people, process, and technologies perform against real threats across cybersecurity compliance frameworks

SightGain quantifies compliance in real time, automatically, across multiple cybersecurity frameworks (MITRE ATT&CK, NIST 800-53, ISO 27001, CMMC, ZERO-TRUST, etc.), and updates itself with any changes or additions to the standards.

You can maintain compliance metrics continuously and automatically across multiple security standards.

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Get verifiable evidence of control compliance based on real attacks

SightGain maps empiric performance to controls on numerous cybersecurity compliance frameworks.  

Continuous compliance metrics are automatically generated from results of live-testing of attack technologies.

Zero Trust Assessments
Zero Trust Assessments
CCORI Assessments
CCORI Assessments
CMMC Assessments
CMMC Assessments
CSF Assessments
CSF Assessments

Score technical controls and get specific recommendations on how to fix issues

With SightGain continuous compliance monitoring you can automatically identify shortfalls and recommends solutions to make security controls effective. 

You now have continuous automated compliance reporting paired with recommendations for improvement —  all determined empirically.

Automatic Recommendations Dashboard

Are you ready for proof?

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