Stop all network attacks on your applications

Hide them from hackers within your own Black Cloud using a Software Defined Perimeter.

Your digital infrastructure is more complex than ever.

Quantify your digital risk so Execs, CISOs, Risk Managers & IT agree what to do next.

Need to get ahead of cyber incidents?

Improve your cyber security posture with cyber engineering that mitigates what matters.

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For Business Executives

Which of your business units, business processes, and applications are most at risk? Based upon the known threats to your enterprise, which do you fix first? Let us show you a quantitative approach to reducing your digital risk and mitigate what matters.
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For CISOs

Are you compliant? For FISMA, FedRAMP, DIACAP, NIST, HIPAA, and NERC/CIP? Do you know what’s happening right now in your critical enterprise systems? We help large agencies and businesses see their cyber security risks at machine speeds for on-demand compliance. Really.
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About Waverley Labs

We are a leading provider of software defined perimeters & digital risk management services. Beyond conventional cyber security engineering, we lower your digital risk by analyzing your IT, OT & physical architecture against cyber threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences to quantify risks and prioritize your next actions.
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In an effort to bring enterprise-wide security to all its agencies, and in conjunction with its migration of services to the cloud, leaders in Pennsylvania's Office of Administration recently deployed a risk-based multi-factor authentication (RBMFA) system for...

Will Increased Focus on CUI Lead to GDPR-like Controls in the US?

A recent FCW article, GSA signals new cyber rules for contractors, examined GSA plans to further bolster cybersecurity protections and reporting requirements for contractors. Currently, the new NIST specification NIST 800-171 provides guidelines for all DoD...