COBIT Compliance

What is COBIT Compliance?

COBIT is a framework created by ISACA that allows IT managers to bridge the gap between control requirements, technical issues, and business risks. Section 404 of Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires public company’s annual reports to include the company's assessment of internal control over financial reporting, and an auditor's attestation. Companies often use COBIT as the framework to meet SOX Section 404 compliance requirements. By aligning business practices with the COBIT framework, organizations are able to verify their security posture and reduce potential risk.

How Does Cygilant Help with COBIT Compliance?

Cygilant’s SOCVue Security Monitoring service delivers 24x7x365 security monitoring and reporting that helps organizations address the security monitoring requirements in the COBIT 5 framework sections APO13 and DSS05.

Cygilant‘s SOCVue Vulnerability Management service provides vulnerability detection and remediation guidance to proactively improve your security posture.

With the Security Monitoring on-premises deployment option, Cygilant’s SOC team can also proactively assess several additional security controls, which are based on the SANS/CIS Critical Security Controls, in order to reduce your compliance risk. The security controls are directly mapped to relevant sections of COBIT 5. Our SOC analysts will work with your organization to enable the reporting you need to help meet your compliance objectives.

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Understand and align cybersecurity activities with NIST 800-53 requirements.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication NIST 800-53 provides organizations with a set of security controls 'necessary to fundamentally strengthen their information systems and the environments in which those systems operate' and guidance on what controls to implement.