Create opportunity with the right frameworks
From data privacy to government contracts, we have the security frameworks to propel your business forward.
Close more deals and build customer loyalty in security-conscious industries in the United States.
NIST 800-171 / CMMC
Satisfy regulations for US government contractors and prepare for CMMC certification.
NIST 800-53 / FedRAMP
Achieve FedRAMP certification and set a strong foundation for additional security frameworks.
Honor cybersecurity contractual agreements and set the stage for future success.
Integrate new and existing frameworks seamlessly
Strike Graph instantly connects your existing controls and evidence to any new framework you enable in the platform — drastically reducing the time and expense of adding new frameworks.
Take advantage of overlap
Many security frameworks — like GDPR and ISO 27701 — are designed to work together. Strike Graph leverages the overlap to save you time, resources, and stress.
Mature your security stance
As your business grows, so will its security needs. Strike Graph’s all-in-one platform makes it simple to add new frameworks, controls, and evidence as your company expands.
Realize revenue gains
Organize and share you growing list of security certifications using Strike Graph’s trust asset library to build trust, close deals, and inspire customer loyalty.
Which security frameworks are right for your business?
Security frameworks and regulations are multiplying, and figuring out which ones your company needs can be tricky. Our guide walks you through which measures are right for your industry and gives you tips for achieving the certifications that will bring your company success.
Join the hundreds of companies that rely on Strike Graph for risk management
Have more questions about managing multiple security frameworks?
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What challenges are involved in maintaining multiple security frameworks?
Maintaining multiple security frameworks means managing complex requirements, processes, and documentation for each framework, which traditionally has required substantial time and resources.
Because of this, companies have often resorted to managing security frameworks in isolation, focusing on immediate compliance needs. This approach can lead to a lack of cohesive security architecture, missed opportunities for leveraging common security controls, and increased complexity due to redundant efforts.
How does Strike Graph's multi-framework mapping simplify compliance?
Strike Graph allows the mapping of one control and its evidence to multiple frameworks, streamlining the process of managing multiple security frameworks. This approach saves time and effort, provides clear visibility of control mappings, simplifies evidence collection, and ensures agility in adapting to new security requirements.
Can Strike Graph help me achieve two (or more) security certifications at the same time?
Yes, Strike Graph is particularly useful when dealing with overlapping frameworks. For example, SOC 2 and HIPAA have similar requirements. Strike Graph empowers you to use the controls created for one framework for the other as well, avoiding the need to map each control individually to each framework.
How does Strike Graph aid in updating security controls across frameworks?
Strike Graph's multi-framework mapping feature simplifies the process of updating controls across multiple frameworks. For instance, if you update a policy privacy, all controls tied to that piece of evidence will be updated. There's no need to update a control multiple times for each framework it's mapped to.
Does Strike Graph help future-proof businesses against new security requirements?
Yes, the ability to map existing controls to new frameworks as they become necessary makes businesses more agile and better equipped to handle the shifting compliance landscape, effectively future-proofing them against new security requirements
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