Where We're Going

Our Vision is to Be the Most Trusted Cybersecurity Organization in the World

“This is a breathtaking pace, and such a pace cannot help but create new ills as it ​dispels old, new ignorance, new problems, new dangers. 

                  -President John F. Kennedy, September 12, 1962

Come Launch With Us

Inspiration from Kennedy’s Moon Speech to combat cyber risks

In facing today’s rapid technical advancements and dynamic cyber risks we are inspired by President John F. Kennedy’s 1962 Moon Speech.  

Kennedy spoke of our nation’s journey to new heights in the galactic realm, but his words can easily apply to the cyber risks we face today, and our goal of being the most trusted information security organization. ​ 

How are we keeping pace?

In 2021, Netswitch patented the CyberRisk Governance® system. We liken it to the idea of Kennedy’s “moon shot”, but we took the analogy one step further and call it our “Mars Shot”. 

Integrating AI, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, and Data Analytics for increased cyber resilience and compliance

Still in development, the mission of the CyberRisk Governance system is to secure every organization and its data through autonomous security and remediation activities. The CyberRisk Governance™ system integrates AI, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, and Data Analytics to help organizations increase cyber resilience and meet regulatory compliance objectives.  By leveraging automation to resolve human errors of technical and governance controls and achieve compliance objectives and audit requirements efficiently and accurately. 

Understanding our present to plot a secure journey to the future

These are driven by a carefully predefined series of policies and processes, justified through the provision of interconnected data visualization of GRC and technical risks. The idea is to provide for the stakeholders the opportunity to collaboratively make effective decisions facilitated through augmented intelligence and reinforced machine learning developed from a blockchain datalake.​ 

Before any of us can get to Mars, though, we need to clearly understand where we are today so we can plot our journey together tomorrow. ​