Hearth Security™ – Personal Security Strategy
Is it time to better protect your household from cybercrime?
Just like a financial advisor develops your plan based on your spending and saving goals, your personal security strategy starts by discussing the digital assets you value and looks at your “attack surface”, that is, how bad actors are most likely to come after them.
We help you build a strategy to protect what’s important to you and work with you on a step-by-step plan.
The process is very similar to how we work with companies but it’s scaled to a household; it’s based on how we take care of our own.
Just like your financial advisory doesn’t dictate your budget, we won’t dictate your security choices. We’ll help you better understand your options so you can make informed, risk-aware choices.
What we won’t do is leave you with generic advice.
We won’t dictate what you “should” think is important or what you “should” do to protect it.
We won’t give you a long list of projects you’re expected to do on your own – unless that’s what you want. We’ll break it down to phases where you do one or two things then offer you reminders to keep making progress over time. You can elect to be supported to implement those choices or “do it yourself”.
Experience has taught us this works best when we work with one household at a time.
Is it time to protect your household?
How does this apply to our corporate clients?
Developing a security mindset rarely happens without starting close to home. Many company-sponsored Security Education and Awareness (SEA) programs fall flat because they attempt to teach skills at work which can be applied at home; the inverse approach is far more effective. Sponsor a Personal Security Strategy for your key business asset owners and watch how the shift at home transforms cyber risk awareness for your company.
Don’t listen to us; listen to Brandon Brown1, CEO of marketing platform GRIN. He wasn’t even talking about cybersecurity yet the applicability of his insight is clear. He said, “When people take a programmatic approach to something that is fundamentally relational and human, it fails. You need to build a relationship…in order to deliver trusted content. ‘Trusted’ is the key thing here.”
We invite you to contact us to explore if Hearth Security is a good fit for you and yours.
- Brandon Brown quote: The Bigger Narrative podcast with Andy Raskin https://andyraskin.com/podcast/
What Else We Do
This unique approach, with a known range of verified accuracy, was first field-tested on 12 Fortune 500 Merger and Acquisition (M&A) deals yet it also supports data-driven investment decisions for cybersecurity compliance.
Tap the 30+ years combined experience of our team to align stakeholders from Boards of Directors and C-suite to critical asset owners or front-line team members. Whether it’s a business case, strategy roadmap, or key presentation, we can cross-train, ghostwrite, or deliver on your behalf.
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is the evolution of cybersecurity contractual requirements from the Department of Defense (DoD) with which SecuriThink practitioners have been involved for over 10 years.
Our journey satisfying these requirements is the story of “how we know what done looks like” for cybersecurity as we state on our website homepage.
Get higher returns on your project investment with a field-tested data classification solution based on two Fortune 500 projects involving 12,000 and 50,000 team members, respectively.
Our Data Classification Solution integrates technology with business transformation methods to manage factors too often left out of a security project. We leverage what’s already going well in your organization, while shifting to higher potential.
Readily create dollars from Operational Technology (OT) data using our field-tested approach to Information Technology (IT) integration based on success at 42 facilities across 15 different business divisions
Optimizing your company’s information security
Takes more than the latest technology
Or a staff trained to use it.
It takes a shift in thinking.
A shift in acting.
Over 90% of most companies’ value now comes from intangible assets. In addition to Intellectual Property (IP), brand reputation, competitive advantage, supplier network, employee retention, and customer loyalty are measurably affected by cyberattacks. Research shows some of the most damaging losses coming from trusted insiders with malicious intent, also called Insider Threat.
The biggest gains come from proactive attention to Insider Threat, that is, don’t chase after the horse that’s gotten away, keep it from leaving the stable.
Threat actors are increasingly exploiting the path of least resistance in the supply chain to attack their real targets. While more large companies have built a reasonable cybersecurity posture, malicious actors still find easy ingress through abundant open doors in smaller suppliers.
Supply chain attacks have skyrocketed to the point where targeted companies are motivated to manage their own risk by managing the risk hiding in their supply chain.