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Automating the human-intensive side of cyber security


Altius supports all of your New York State cyber security regulation needs

Starting in March 2017,  New York State DFS regulation 23 NYCRR 500 will require all financial services companies in New York to implement robust cybersecurity programs.   Altius Systems'  enterprise cyber security solution (AltiusCS) provides all of the functionality needed for firms to comply with the new regulations.   

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Altius tackles your enterprise cyber security challenges

Do your executives and employees understand your cyber security program as well as they understand your financials?

Is your enterprise level cyber security plan robust enough to manage the business risks related to cyber attacks?

Is your cyber security incident response plan comprehensive or simply compliant?

Half of business executives do not have a formal plan in place to secure and protect company data
— NTT com Security, February 2016
There were over 226 announced data breaches last year exposing over 160mm personal data records.
— Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, 2015
Average time to recover from a data breach is 45 days at an average cost of $1.5 million.
— Ponemon Institute
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Altius provides cyber security solutions for every business

Whether you need an end-to-end “Virtual CISO” solution to outsource your entire enterprise cyber security activities or a-la-carte solutions to more efficiently manage your existing cyber security programs, Altius has the solution you need.


altiusCS - Cyber Security Lifecycle Automation Software

  • Assessment and Planning

  • Program Management

  • Compliance / Audit

  • Incident Response

  • Business Intelligence

Today’s cyber security skills shortage demands new workforce strategies
— Kathleen Richards Information Security

Altius Advisors - Cyber Security Professional Services

  • Strategy Development

  • Staff Augmentation

  • Training

In 2020, firms will spend over $100B on cyber security software, services, and hardware
— IDC October, 2016