Continuous Controls Monitoring (CCM) sits above your existing security tooling, ensuring that all controls are fully operational and all assets are protected.

It provides visibility of all of your assets, users, applications and databases, as well as the confidence that controls are working effectively. This enables a trusted, unified view across business lines, regions and technology platforms.

How does CCM work?

CCM automatically and continuously consumes data from sources across your security, IT and business domains. 

By unifying all of your data, it can identify previously unknown or unmanaged assets and control coverage gaps in real-time.

It then substantiates that insight through automated reports. These can be segmented by market, business unit or service line and mapped to your goals and structure, providing business context for security metrics.

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How does CCM work?

CCM is a step-by-step process

The first step is to integrate all of your existing tools in order to automatically collect, normalise and model asset and controls data across the enterprise.

This data is used to build accurate inventories that enhance the CMDB and identify missing controls.

You can then analyse whether your controls are operating within internal SLAs and adhering to framework standards such as NIST, CIS, or PCI. With this in place, it’s possible to continuously monitor and measure controls and risks, allowing enterprises to substantiate regulatory compliance.

CCM is a step-by-step process

Why is CCM essential?

Controls can be ineffective for many reasons:

  • They were never fully deployed when purchased
  • Incomplete or incorrect implementation or configuration
  • A user or part of the business failed to install an update or patch
  • Problems with the network, licensing or authorisations

CCM can measure your controls coverage against trusted inventories to find and fill these gaps. And effortlessly cross-reference the performance of controls against internal SLAs and multiple security frameworks.

Many well-known security incidents appear to have a common pattern. They are not the results of some hitherto unknown vulnerability or controls weakness. Rather, the controls that would have stopped them were thought to be present and operational but were not - just when they were most needed.
Phil Venables, Board Director, Risk & Security, Goldman Sachs, 2019

Security leaders want CCM

95%

of security decision-makers are interested in a solution that provides real-time visibility of assets

91%

say that CCM would have a significant positive impact on their ability to proactively identify, prioritise, and remediate risk

100%

expect benefits from proactive and continuous risk identification, prioritisation, and remediation

See what you’re missing

See what you’re missing

Schedule a 30-minute demo to find out how Panaseer can help you improve your cybersecurity posture and regulatory exposure by:

  • Uncovering previously unknown assets and missing controls
  • Prioritising vulnerabilities based on business impact
  • Reducing the time your team spends on manual reporting
  • Aligning metrics to any security framework
  • Substantiating regulatory compliance

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