ProcessUnity’s Cybersecurity Program Management (CPM) is a single, comprehensive platform for centrally managing an organization’s entire cybersecurity program with prepackaged mapped content, automated workflows, assessments and dynamic reporting. The solution enables the CISO to inventory and assess high-value assets; map them to threats, risks, policies and control standards; automate reviews; and capture evidence of compliance — all on a predefined schedule.
Track various different control issues by categories and review status to understand the effectiveness of your controls or areas that need to be addressed in the Compliance Dashboard.
Monitor the status of your high-value assets across your facilities, systems and applications to understand the state-of-the-state across your critical assets using the High-Value Asset Risk Dashboard.
Obtain real-time visibility into threats, risks, policies and general status across your cybersecurity risk program via the Personal Dashboard. This dashboard can be tailored to track the key metrics that are relevant to each individual depending on their role.
Gain actionable insights to your threat-related activities and status via drill-down reports in the Threat Dashboard
Review all upcoming schedules and activities related to your cybersecurity risk program using the Schedule Dashboard.
Manage all asset assessments and monitor the review process via the Asset Assessments for Review Report.
View all projects that are being managed in the system to understand priority, budget, responsible parties, status and drill-down to access any related documentation for these projects via the Projects By Priority Report.
ProcessUnity’s intelligent Cybersecurity Program Architect automatically scopes an organization’s program — mapping threats, risks, controls and regulations — via a step-by-step guided assessment. The system self-configures an annual review schedule complete with pre-built content, workflow triggers, notifications and reminders. Based on this schedule, ProcessUnity CPM manages program activities throughout the year — using hands-free automation to alert stakeholders at appropriate times to make sure tasks are completed and evidence is captured.
ProcessUnity CPM leverages a pre-built meta-model based on the Secure Controls Framework (SCF) mapped to the most common security frameworks, including NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), NIST 800-53 and ISO 27002. Cybersecurity Program Architect uses this meta-model to intelligently select from more than 800 control standards to ensure appropriate coverage. The CISO has the option to specify the cadences of program activities, including threat, risk, and control rating reviews, asset and third-party assessments and training validation.
The scoping process culminates with the Cybersecurity Program Blueprint, a customized, board-ready report with specific coverage recommendations, mapped threats, risks, controls, and policies, an annual schedule of activities and suggested next steps to mature the program.
For optimal flexibility, ProcessUnity’s configuration engine lets the CISO personalize the configuration to meet organization-specific needs by identifying assets, owners, and any additional threats, risks, controls and policies.
Automated workflows and assessments keep cybersecurity program activities moving forward on time throughout the year. The predefined schedule triggers the distribution of assessments and reviews to assigned stakeholders, tracks completion status, and sends reminders when tasks are running late.
ProcessUnity CPM automates:
Powerful reporting gives the CISO real-time visibility into their cybersecurity program. Interactive dashboards offer immediate insight into the status of threats, risks, policies, controls, issues and incidents — with the ability to drill down into details as needed.
Preconfigured, out-of-the-box reports include:
Custom reporting lets the CISO create tailored reports for the C-suite, risk committee, the board of directors and other key stakeholders. Plus, with the click of a button, the CISO can export a customized, board-ready report on the state of the entire cybersecurity program that covers all relevant risks, threats, control reviews, assets, issues, incidents, projects and policies.
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