Validate cybersecurity
effectiveness

Verodin is a business platform that provides organizations with the evidence needed to measure, manage, and improve their cybersecurity effectiveness

questions that security execs need to ask

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INTERVIEW WITH TEXAS HEALTHCARE CISO

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instrumentation for healthcare payers

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cybersecurity's goal:
protect critical assets

Across all verticals, businesses rely on critical assets to gain competitive advantage, drive revenue, protect shareholder value and deliver services. As a result, many have made significant investments to protect these assets.

Intellectual
Property
customer and
patient data
financial
integrity
CRITICAL 
INFRASTRUCTURE
organizations need quantifiable evidence
that the controls safeguarding critical assets are effective
and remain that way

it's time to align with the business
cybersecurity must be managed with meaningful metrics

metrics and KPIs are fundamental to how the business is managed today
cybersecurity is forced to rely on assumptions
Executives rely on evidence to drive decision-making, optimize operations and ultimately improve their organizations over time.
Cybersecurity is a critical business function. Until now, it has not had the systems in place to stress-test and continuously validate effectiveness.

Organizations have been forced to rely on hope and assumptions.

Common assumptions:
  • Technologies work as vendors claim
  • Products are correctly deployed and configured (and stay that way)
  • People are correctly handling events, and processes are effective
  • Changes to the environment are fully understood, clearly communicated and correctly implemented
let's elevate cybersecurity from the perception of a "magic black box"
to an evidence-based, data-driven business function
Across all verticals, businesses rely on critical assets to provide a competitive advantage, drive revenue, protect shareholder value and deliver services.
Intellectual
Property
customer and
patient data
Transaction
Integrity
Critical
Infrastructure
Given the devastating impact a compromise can have, it is imperative that these organizations have evidence that the controls put in place to safeguard their critical assets are effective.

metrics and KPIs are fundamental
to how business is managed today

Executives rely on evidence to drive decision making, optimize operations and ultimately improve their organization over time.
Cybersecurity is a critical business function but until now, we haven’t had the systems in place to to stress-test and continuously validate effectiveness. As a result, organizations have been forced to rely on assumptions.
common assumptions
Technologies work as vendors claim
Products are deployed and configured correctly
People are correctly handling events and processes are effective
Changes in the environment are properly understood, communicated and implemented
remove assumptions
prove security

The Verodin Security Instrumentation Platform (SIP) provides organizations with the evidence needed to measure, manage and improve their cybersecurity effectiveness. This capability enables enterprises to quantifiably validate if their controls are actually protecting their business-critical assets and keeping them safe.

From the boardroom, to the CISO, to the SOC, Verodin empowers organizations to understand and communicate cybersecurity effectiveness.
"CISOs have struggled because there has not been a way to effectively understand and validate their cybersecurity controls are working as intended. Verodin’s technology solves this problem."

art coviello
Board member
Multiple public companies,
former Chairman and CEO, RSA
"My security program’s effectiveness before Security Instrumentation was best guess. With Security Instrumentation, I can measure and report to executives how we are performing. It goes a tremendously long way with being able to show true value."

jeff vinson
CISO
Leading Texas healthcare provider
"Before instrumentation, security was a vague concept. There was no actual way to produce data showing progress or showing improvement. Instrumentation has made a constant improvement to our people and processes."
Steven edwards
SOC Manager
United American Life Insurance, a member of Torchmark Corporation