New Blockchain-Powered SaaS for Cybersecurity Compliance Announced
Carver, Sera-Brynn's new blockchain-powered SaaS offering, visualizes and manages cybersecurity compliance across enterprises and supply chains.
SUFFOLK, Va., October 30, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Sera-Brynn, a leading cybersecurity audit and advisory firm, today unveiled Carver, a new software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering that helps organizations manage their security and regulatory compliance.
“Sera-Brynn originally built Carver to improve internal efficiency when supporting clients with complex supply chains or multiple compliance regulations,” said Heather Engel, Sera-Brynn’s Chief Strategy Officer. “With dashboard functionality, our clients can monitor disparate organizations and track improvements over time.”
Today marks the availability of Carver to the general public.
Carver’s adaptive, cloud-architected software uses Hyperledger blockchain technology to maintain a record of system changes, allowing businesses to evolve their compliance programs while tracking change. Several compliance frameworks are available now, including NIST SP 800-171, with more frameworks in development.
“Carver accelerates the process of documenting multiple, overlapping, and sometimes divergent cybersecurity and data privacy needs. In essence, Carver is the productization of our cybersecurity compliance services and intellectual capital,” said Rob Hegedus, CEO of Sera-Brynn.
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Watch the demonstration video on www.sera-brynn.com/carver.
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About Sera-Brynn: Sera-Brynn is a global leader in providing cybersecurity compliance audit and advisory services. Founded in 2011 by former members of the U.S. intelligence community, Sera-Brynn partners with some of the world's most respected and recognized brands to help them interpret and meet cybersecurity regulatory requirements. In 2018, Sera-Brynn was ranked #4 on the Black Book Research list of global cybersecurity compliance firms.
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