Swan Island Networks Launches Cybero™ Enterprise for Cyber Security Awareness, Compliance and Education
Cybero provides a scalable cloud-based cyber threat awareness solution for large organizations.
Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) June 06, 2013
Swan Island Networks Inc. today announced the release of Cybero Enterprise to provide large and medium-sized organizations with innovative and effective cyber awareness, compliance and education solutions. Cybero Enterprise offers a fully supported cloud-based subscription service to help reduce human error, mitigate cyber risk, and encourage information sharing. Cybero enables the construction and support of human firewalls as part of an organization´s cyber security strategy.
Cybero Enterprise is focused on supporting Awareness, Compliance and Education (ACE) initiatives for the entire workforce–not just the IT staff. It provides services targeted to each individual employee, based upon the nature of their job, the technologies they use, and their general areas of interest. Cybero provides powerful dashboards and other services. These are used to distribute targeted and filtered alerts, hints and tips, and best practices, provided directly by Swan Island and its security partners, to individuals, groups, or the entire workforce.
“Cybero Enterprise allows us to efficiently receive cyber security information, and then provide it in the form of filtered alerts, best practices, and training to our workforce across 100 clinics and 14 states.” says Vivek Wadhawan, Chief Security Officer for Drayer Physical Therapy. “There is no software patch for user behavior and weaknesses. We believe Cybero is a critical foundational element of our cyber security awareness and training programs to help us mitigate risk.” Drayer is one of the fastest growing operators of outpatient physical therapy in the United States and has deployed Cybero Enterprise to complement traditional IT focused computing security initiatives.
Cybero Enterprise enables organizations to use custom dashboards for comprehensive situational awareness; to integrate their own security intelligence feeds; to publish their own targeted alerts; and to access and support their specific policies and procedures for addressing cyber threats and attacks. Cybero Enterprise also provides extensive and customizable social media monitoring capabilities to enable users to identify potential threats and to track real-time, online references to their organization, clients, or initiatives.
“Companies of all sizes have an urgent need to update their cyber security defenses,” said Charles Jennings, Swan Island Networks´ CEO. “One great place to start is building cyber threat awareness across the workforce–combined with practical online training on how to avoid becoming the victim of a cyber attack. Cybero Enterprise can also help address cyber governance and compliance issues. For most companies, it´s an ideal cyber defense upgrade, delivered as an easy-to-use online service.”
Swan Island recently published a whitepaper describing how Building Human Firewalls can enhance cyber security for all organizations, large or small. Cybero Enterprise is designed to provide and support the recommendations for cyber security awareness, compliance and education described in this popular white paper.
Swan Island Networks, Inc., is the provider of Cybero, a software-as-a-service application that delivers cyber security awareness, compliance and education services. Cybero is powered by Swan Island´s TIES® platform, which currently supports over 200 enterprises, including 20% of the Fortune 100. In a decade of providing security information services to government agencies and global companies, Swan Island has seen firsthand how human cyber risk impacts IT systems. The company is now working to reduce this risk by helping customers develop new human firewalls“¦with Cybero. For more information, please call 503.796.7926 or visit: http://swanisland.net/cybero.
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