SightGain has launched what it touts as the “first threat exposure management platform to address the ongoing challenge of balancing cybersecurity investments and cyber risk against the dynamic threats we face,” according to a prepared statement.
The platform focuses on maximizing the performance of an organization’s cybersecurity investment portfolio by testing its entire security ecosystem — people, process and technology — against cyber threats, the company said.
SightGain’s Security Mission
SightGain stated that its new platform is a major step forward in its “mission to ensure that you are getting the security protection you deserve for the investments you've made.” As Kevin Brink, zero trust manager for Navy Federal Credit Union, attests:
"SightGain proactively identifies gaps in our security portfolio and then enables us to evaluate the alternative investments that work the best for our context. SightGain is the only way to ensure that we are getting the security protection we expect for the investments we've made."
More SightGain Moves
SightGain notes that its announcement comes in the wake of many recent initiatives, including the rebranding of the company to incorporate an ethos of “providing insight into what would otherwise have gone unseen, revealing patterns within data or uncovering vulnerabilities that would have easily been missed.”
Christian Sorensen, CEO & Founder of SightGain, said his company “works like a black light, illuminating what's invisible but still in plain sight.” As the former U.S. Cybercom officer explained:
"SightGain is the world's first threat exposure management platform that cuts through the noise and proactively makes the unknown known, allowing you to directly measure and improve the performance of your cybersecurity investments against the threats they are supposed to stop. Our platform gives, for the first time, the ability for security leaders to get the empiric evidence they need to cut through the marketing flooding the cybersecurity market to get the solutions they really need."