Sevco for Compliance

The Sevco platform addresses security assessment and audit requirements including gap analysis, securing the enterprise stack, automating vulnerability analysis and prioritization, and cyber-posture reporting to provide comprehensive data to prove findings, validate remediations, and enrich the risk assessment process.

How Sevco Supports Compliance Frameworks

Meets requirement directly.
Supports requirement or regulatory enablement.

Gap Analysis and Conform Assets

Administrative and Access Checks

Development Assessment

Integrity
Checks


Data Analysis 
and Inspection


Policies and Procedures


High-level technical review to identify the scope of the audit and align key objectives of the cybersecurity policy, including inventory discovery.

Data gathered to determine how BAUs (business as usual), users, and assets have access to enterprise data and the relationships to it.

Data gathered to prioritize gaps: proactively identifying vulnerabilities, ranking them for remediation, documenting triangulation, and associating supporting data for mitigation.

Assembling proof of findings to ensure cybersecurity policy efficacy and data collected can be used to support risk ranking and report on compliance.

Inspection applied to predetermined data flows to ensure that security controls are in place to protect data in line with the cybersecurity policy.

Checks and balances of the audit: risk assessment, reporting on the distribution and consumption of the security awareness policy, and reporting on overall security posture.

Requirement 2 – “Apply Secure Configurations to All System Components”

Requirements 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12

Requirement 2 – “Apply Secure Configurations to All System Components

Requirements 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12






Requirements 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12






Requirements 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12






Requirements 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12

Requirement 1.1

Requirement 1.1

Requirement 1.1

CIP 010-3 – Configuration Change Management and Vulnerability Assessments,

CIP-010-2 – Vuln. Assessments


CIP 005-5 – Electronic Security Perimeters, CIP 008-5 – Incident Reporting & Response Planning, CIP-010-2, Configuration Change Mgmt. and Vuln. Assessments

CIP 010-3 – Configuration Change Management and Vulnerability Assessments,

CIP-010-2 – Vuln. Assessments


CIP 005-5 – Electronic Security Perimeters, CIP 008-5 – Incident Reporting & Response Planning, CIP-010-2, Configuration Change Mgmt. and Vuln. Assessments










CIP 005-5 – Electronic Security Perimeters, CIP 008-5 – Incident Reporting & Response Planning, CIP-010-2, Configuration Change Mgmt. and Vuln. Assessments










CIP 005-5 – Electronic Security Perimeters, CIP 008-5 – Incident Reporting & Response Planning, CIP-010-2, Configuration Change Mgmt. and Vuln. Assessments

NIST SP 800-53 Rev. 4 CA-2, CA-7, CA-8, RA-3, RA-5, SA-5, SA-11, SI-2, SI-4, SI-5

NIST SP 800-53 Rev. 4 CA-2, CA-7, CA-8, RA-3, RA-5, SA-5, SA-11, SI-2, SI-4, SI-5

NIST SP 800-53 Rev. 4 CA-2, CA-7, CA-8, RA-3, RA-5, SA-5, SA-11, SI-2, SI-4, SI-5

NIST SP 800-53 Rev. 4 CA-2, CA-7, CA-8, RA-3, RA-5, SA-5, SA-11, SI-2, SI-4, SI-5

NIST SP 800-53 Rev. 4 CA-2, CA-7, CA-8, RA-3, RA-5, SA-5, SA-11, SI-2, SI-4, SI-5

Sections 2, 3, Secure Configuration, Security Update Management


Sections 2, 3, Secure Configuration, Security Update Management


Governance and Risk Management – Risk Assessment

Governance and Risk Management – Risk Assessment

Governance and Risk Management – Risk Assessment

Governance and Risk Management – Risk Assessment

Section 105, 404

Section 105, 404

Section 105, 404

Articles 32 1 (d) Security of Processing 1(d)

Articles 25, 32, 33, 35




Articles 25, 32, 33, 35

Articles 32 1 (d) Security of Processing 1(d)

Articles 25, 32, 33, 35

Articles 32 1 (d) Security of Processing 1(d)

Articles 25, 32, 33, 35

Validate Security Controls Coverage

The recent SEC case against the SolarWinds CISO underlines a shift in compliance: organizations need to prove their security controls are working and enforceable. Having comprehensive visibility and control of asset inventory has been control number one in nearly every security framework and multiple industry compliance mandates, but achieving and proving that control is challenging and often the main bottleneck during a compliance driven security assessment or audit.

Sevco fixes that with a realtime, comprehensive asset inventory that continuously validates and reports on the presence and configuration state of security controls. Sevco provides your team with the evidence it needs to validate the full deployment and efficacy of those controls and ensure compliance requirements are met.

The Sevco platform delivers a comprehensive asset inventory to:

Cut time and resources for audits and assessments

Maintain continuous visibility of your entire asset inventory rather than relying on costly third parties that spend days or weeks pulling data from disparate sources.

Risk rank vulnerabilities

Automate the process of prioritization with full asset telemetry across vulnerabilities including security gaps, exposed assets, and users.

Move from reactive to proactive security

Stay ahead of auditors with automatic alerts, dashboards, and queries to proactively identify missing security controls and vulnerable conditions in real time and before your security audit.

How Sevco drives and validates compliance:

Integrations with leading security tools

Leverage your existing investments and data integrations.

Fully managed and automated asset aggregation, correlation, and deduplication

Delivers the industry’s most accurate security asset inventory backed by automated data associations that address compliance requirements.

Automated alerting

Receive notifications for out-of-compliance devices as soon as they appear.

Outbound integrations to drive, track, and validate remediation

Enable you to quickly address at-risk assets and erroneous security controls.

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PCI DSS Compliance.

The PCI DSS framework is a rigorous and time-intensive data security framework. With PCI DSS v4.0 in March 2024, non-compliance and liability include the analysis of data that is both stolen and exposed, making proactive, ongoing assessment of compliance controls with PCI DSS a new necessity. And because organizations often have limited views of their environments, the pre-assessment data gathering phase is often long and requires costly third-parties.

Sevco fixes that by delivering a continuous, comprehensive view of your organization’s environment to quickly identify whether your security posture is up to policy at any point in time, reducing the time spent in the most costly phases of audit and assessment. Sevco automatically uncovers security gaps and EOL assets; proactively uncovers the hygiene, state, and configuration of critical assets; provides the ability to continually risk rank vulnerabilities; and sends alerts when assets fall out of compliance—empowering quick remediation before your audit starts.

The Sevco platform enables you to:

Analyze and review security controls

With continuous reportable access to network security controls, you can quickly and easily ensure critical assets are protected by security tools.

Risk rank vulnerabilities

Automate the process of prioritization with full telemetry across vulnerabilities including security gaps, exposed assets, and users.

Expedite PCI DSS audits and gap analysis

Cut the time needed for audits and gap analysis from weeks to hours with automated data gathering and scoping.

How Sevco helps meet and support PCI DSS v4.0 requirements:

Fully managed and automated asset aggregation, correlation, and deduplication

Delivers the most up-to-date, comprehensive real-time view of your environment, putting you in complete control of your enterprise assets.

Easy-to-understand interface exposes missing controls coverage and vulnerable conditions

Quickly see exactly which assets to address through Venn diagrams and heatmaps.

Cross-asset queries enable you to search across asset types

Prioritize, tag, and set alerts when an asset falls out of compliance accelerating the risk assessment process.

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Find End-of-Life Systems

The cybersecurity landscape is continually evolving. Yet some of the most significant risks aren’t zero-day attacks or sophisticated new supply-chain worms. They are trusted business systems that have been in use for years that have reached the end-of-life (EOL) stage and thus are no longer receiving security updates, introducing unnecessary risk into your IT environment and your security policy.

Sevco fixes that by providing comprehensive visibility into all enterprise assets and whether or not they are protected with security controls, what apps are running on them, and whether those apps are being supported. Sevco can automatically find EOL systems in your environment so you can prioritize and remediate those assets while meeting the compensating controls necessary to remain compliant and secure.​

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Real-time asset identification

Quickly identify which assets are EOL or end-of-service-life (EOSL) to reduce risk.

Support continuous compliance

Demonstrate and prove compensating controls are in place to protect unsupported EOL assets.

Outbound integrations for remediation

Quickly upgrade, patch, or remove EOL assets.

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In this interview with SafetyDetectives, Greg Fitzgerald, Co-Founder and CXO at Sevco shares how his extensive security background led to co-founding the company.
By integrating business context with traditional asset intelligence capabilities and vulnerability and exposure management features, prioritization becomes more robust.
Reliance on CVE data leads to a distorted view of an asset’s risk level, making it difficult to prioritize remediation efforts accurately.
Vulnerability scanners completely miss critical variables such as the presence and state of endpoint IT management and security controls.
Many struggles CISOs face today aren’t from ineffective Security teams, but from ineffective org structures that hamper security operations.
Sevco joins the Cisco Security Technology Alliances Program, enhancing asset intelligence and exposure management with Cisco Umbrella.

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