HelmWatch (vCISO) Service

Helm Point’s cybersecurity readiness solutions include additional elements designed to infuse cyber security into organizational culture. Proficiency in cybersecurity is often a missing element of daily business operations for many businesses. To address this, Helm Point offers our HelmWatch solution.

The HelmWatch program provides a focused twist on traditional vCISO services. The program promotes organizational awareness of NIST 800-171 requirements while facilitating the incorporation of compliant practices into the day-to-day business operations.

Technology is one component that addresses the DFARS, NIST, and CMMC compliance requirements; the second component is the processes which drive the technology, and the third component is the people that are required to carry out those processes. HelmWatch addresses the People component that is often overlooked when it comes to compliance.

The foundation of the program is a 12-month security and privacy control review against the
organization’s desired state requirements. Findings of this audit are used to measure implemented controls for effectiveness. In areas where expectations are not met, consulting is provided to improve control effectiveness.

After participation in the HelmWatch program, Control Solutions will be able to:
1. Self-Attest or Defend their compliance program at ANY time.
2. Provide accurate detailed responses to contract solicitations regarding abilities to protect data with reporting features in FutureFeed.
3. Minimize the long-term level of effort and cost associated with NIST 800-171
compliance requirements while protecting the initial investment using developed capabilities to sustain and defend Control Solutions’ cybersecurity posture.

FutureFeed Partner Status:
Partnership Pending
Provider Type:
Candidate C3PAO
Authorized C3PAO
RPs (Registered Practioners): 3
PAs (Provisional Assessors): 0
CCPs (Certified Professionals): 0
MEP Listed Partner:
OH - Techsolve
PA - Catalyst Connection
WA - Impact Washington

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