The ISO-world is full of jargon and management speak. That's not just depressing; obscure language locks people out, which is downright dangerous. That's why our interfaces give clear guidance in plain English.
Too little security is dangerous, but too much is unaffordable. That's why Prisms makes sure that every security measure is justified. No more vague "just in case" security procedures. Every measure must count.
Unless you have superhuman discipline, documentation in traditional ISMS gets out of sync fast. Prisms keeps track of the relations between threats, policies and procedures, and keeps them perfectly in sync.
In Prisms, everyone is trusted. All users can see the company's entire security policy. There's an account owner who manages the account, and there's everybody else — that's it.
Prisms doesn't do blame games. If a team member doesn't follow a procedure, we treat it as an organizational problem, not the team member's problem.
The traditional risk assessment matrix is broken. We use real metrics and Bayesian statistics so you learn and improve the exact cost of risks and controls over time.
The ISO-27001 standard leaves plenty of room for interpretation. While that is how it should be given the wide range of companies that it needs to be suitable for, it also means inventing a lot of wheels.
Companies within the same industry and with similar cultures however will make a lot of similar decisions. This is where Prisms comes in.
We have built Prisms for ourselves, and we hope it helps other tech companies like us to get their ISMS up and running.
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