Stave’s Cybersecurity Manager provides an integrated solution for enterprises and large federal and public-sector organizations to integrate security operations, GRC, and RMF into a single solution. Stave Cybersecurity Manager helps automate the repetitive processes in patch management and compliance issues.
This application allows Security specialists consistent cybersecurity compliance, issues remediation, and reduces the backlog of vulnerability patches. This increases your defensive posture against data breaches, information and security threats.
DigitizeDigitalize your end-to-end Cybersecurity capability including Security Operations and Governance, Risk, and Compliance.
Risk AnalysisImprove risk insight through meaningful, current metrics from any tier of the organization
AutomationManage and automate all phases of the NIST risk management framework (RMF)
ConfigurationIntegrated configuration management database
Real-Time ReportingDeliver real-time reports and dashboards
StreamlineSave time and money through consolidation and streamlining
Continuous MonitoringIntegrate with Continuous Monitoring (CM) solutions
Manage Directive 8570 cybersecurity training and certification requirements for IT personnel. Track and report on the status of your workforce with mapping of people to certifications, including expiration dates and skills management.
Plan of Action & Milestones serve as corrective actions for tracking and planning the resolution of information security weaknesses. Automatically generate POAMs including detailed resources required to accomplish the elements of the plan, all milestones in meeting the tasks, and scheduled completion dates.
An information assurance vulnerability alert (IAVA) is an announcement of a computer application software or operating system vulnerability notification in the form of alerts, bulletins, and technical advisories identified by US Cyber Command. IAVA vulnerabilities can be digested automatically via inbound emails, tracked, and mapped for mitigation.
Security Technical Implementation Guides act as a cybersecurity methodology for standardizing security protocols within networks, servers, computers, and logical designs that enhance overall security. Implement all STIGs with automatically generated compliance tasks, complete with assignment rules, and deadlines to enhance security for software, hardware, physical and logical architectures to further reduce vulnerabilities.