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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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Latest News

Will the Software Defined Perimeter Debunk the Cyber Kill Chain?

This is the first in a series of blogs that examine how Software Defined Perimeters (SDPs) can significantly improve security and reduce risk associated with the Cyber Kill Chain (or seven phases of attack). This week we will look at the impact of an SDP on...

The Marriott Data Breach and the Cyber Kill Chain

In the latest stunning security breach, this one disclosed by Marriott, the personal data of 500 million customers has been compromised. Of even greater concern is the fact that the hackers had penetrated and moved freely within the hotel giants’ systems for nearly...