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Enhancing Cybersecurity Trust Verification: RemotelyMe's Innovative Software Solutions

Updated: May 16

A man and woman look at a computer screen, which shows multiple lines of code. Over the photo is text that says, "Enhancing Cybersecurity Trust Verification" with the RemotelyMe logo in the upper left corner.
Cybersecurity has become a necessity for businesses

As cybercrime skyrockets, costing businesses a jaw-dropping $11 trillion annually, organizations are grappling with the daunting task of safeguarding their digital assets. In this high-stakes game of cat and mouse, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0 emerges as a beacon of hope, providing organizations with a roadmap to navigate the treacherous waters of cyber threats. But as cyberattacks continue to evolve in sophistication and scale, traditional security measures are no match. Enter RemotelyMe, a game-changing software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, poised to revolutionize trust verification in personnel security and arm organizations with the tools they need to combat cyber threats head-on.

In today's hyper-connected world, where digital breaches have become all too common, the need for robust cybersecurity measures has never been more critical. With cybercriminals constantly devising new ways to infiltrate networks and compromise sensitive data, organizations must stay one step ahead to protect their assets and maintain the trust of their stakeholders.

The NIST CSF 2.0 has provided a valuable framework for organizations to enhance their cybersecurity posture that includes a new section called Govern that includes Human Resources risk requirements. Traditional security measures, such as Identity Access Management (IAM) with password protection and access controls, are no longer sufficient to thwart sophisticated cyberattacks. This is where RemotelyMe steps in.

Gartner and IBM concur that over 95 percent of security breaches are caused by mistakes–often related to disengagement. Gallup says workers fall into three categories: almost 23 percent are engaged, 56 percent disengaged, and 18 percent potentially disgruntled. That means 77 percent could pose security risks. RemotelyMe's innovative SaaS uses visual neuroscience and cognitive AI to determine which employees are disengaged and could cause business and security risks.

One of the key features of RemotelyMe's SaaS is its ability to map predictive biomarkers to both career success and business risks. By identifying potential red flags and areas of concern, organizations can proactively address human-related security vulnerabilities before they escalate into full-blown cyber threats. Additionally, RemotelyMe's platform offers personalized learning and development courses to ensure employees are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to increase engagement, which can improve cybersecurity.

"As cyber threats continue to evolve, it's imperative that organizations have the tools and resources to verify trust factors in their personnel," says David Hall, chief technology officer for RemotelyMe. "Our innovative solutions empower organizations to stay ahead of cyber threats and avoid security breaches, brand damage, and litigation."

With RemotelyMe's SaaS, organizations can reduce the risk of cyberattacks, enhance their cybersecurity posture, and safeguard their digital assets. By embracing the latest advancements in technology and science, RemotelyMe is leading the charge in revolutionizing trust verification in cybersecurity, and helping organizations navigate the complex landscape of cyber threats with confidence. For those interested in being a part of this groundbreaking initiative, RemotelyMe is currently offering a limited-time opportunity for anyone to invest for as little as $99.


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