CYBER SECURITY FOR YOUR INDUSTRY
The insurance industry has a wide range of data stored through various TPAs and integrators. Third-party custodians bring in various features and cyber security challenges along with them. Our SME on insurance platforms are, and TPA's give you a quick fix model to gain a quick go-to-market strategy and gain the trust of any latest code updates on existing customer platforms.
Banking & Financial Services
PCI DSS, CERT, CREST, ISMS and so on are keeping the payment gateways and financial transactions in control. We helped many to achieve these goals with quick snippets and practices as we have the SME to make it happen. Our BFSI sector has been the best vertical of interest. Our team has the formula ready to secure the latest tactics of 2mmth hacker our there in the wild internet.
Cynorsense is dedicated to crafting comprehensive solutions aimed at upholding the utmost level of security consistently. Our approach is forward-thinking, embedding cybersecurity considerations right from the inception of product development to pre-emptively eliminate potential security vulnerabilities. Our commitment extends to conducting thorough risk assessments for projects, ensuring the creation of secure products and services that align with ISO 21434,ISO 26262,UN R154,UN R 155 standards. We term this process as 'security and privacy threat analysis, risk assessment, and risk mitigation,' and it encompasses not just the initial development phase but the entire lifespan of the product. Our end-to-end security solutions are strategically employed to primarily identify and thwart attacks targeting vehicles, encompassing safeguarding external interfaces and vigilant monitoring GAP Analysis, static code analysis in compliance with automotive cybersecurity principles and goals ISO standards.
Customised Cybersecurity requirement engineering for the existing project requirements and specifications. Conducting process evaluations for your suppliers, ensuring alignment with security requirements
FDA's experience evaluating the safety and effectiveness of devices with cybersecurity vulnerabilities. However, sponsors may use alternative approaches and provide additional documentation if their approach and documentation satisfy premarket submission requirements in applicable statutory provisions and regulations. The increasingly interconnected nature of medical devices has demonstrated the importance of addressing cybersecurity risks associated with device connectivity in device design because of the effects on safety and effectiveness. Manufacturers can reasonably control cybersecurity risks introduced by threats directly to the medical device or the larger medical device system through a Secure Product Development Framework (SPDF).