Archer partners with cyber risk management software provider Axio

PORTLAND, Ore, July 16, 2019 — Cybersecurity consulting firm Archer announced its partnership with Axio, the creator of the industry’s premiere SaaS platform for cyber risk management.

This partnership bridges Archer’s dedicated expertise in critical infrastructure protection with the capabilities of Axio’s online platform.

Asset owners will now receive tailored recommendations from both Archer and Axio and, for the first time, be able to measure their cyber security program and benchmark it across their industry peers.

“This partnership is great, not only for our clients, but for the industry as a whole. It allows every organization to assess and understand their cybersecurity risk, which will raise the security bar and make critical infrastructure safer and more secure,” said Archer Managing Partner Patrick C. Miller.

“This partnership is great, not only for our clients, but for the industry as a whole. It allows every organization to assess and understand their cybersecurity risk, which will raise the security bar and make critical infrastructure safer and more secure.” — Archer Managing Partner Patrick C. Miller.

Archer’s experts bring decades of experience and expertise in protecting critical infrastructure, offering strategic and tactical advice in security, regulatory compliance, government affairs, industrial controls systems, and more.

Axio

Axio’s proprietary approach and insights give companies visibility to their cyber risk and enable them to prioritize investments to protect their business, customers, and employees.

“We’re merging Axio’s real-time benchmarking trends with Archer’s technical insights to provide a unique perspective that links executives and board rooms with security practitioners,” said Scott Kannry, CEO of Axio.  “It’s taking Axio’s repeatable and data-driven risk management approach and making it actionable for Archer’s clients—covering everything asset owners need to know about their cyber risk and how to solve it.”

The Axio360 Platform empowers organizations to continually answer the four most critical questions for cyber risk:

—What’s my exposure in financial terms?

—How should I manage my cyber program?

—Do I have the financial ability to recover from an event?

—Where should I invest?

Archer

Archer’s headquarters are in Portland, Oregon, with a Canadian branch in Vancouver, BC. Archer has global reach through business partnerships in Europe and South America.

“I look forward to working with Axio and advancing security for critical infrastructure, said Miller. “The combination of Axio’s tools and Archer’s consulting will make the difficult job of industrial cybersecurity more manageable for organizations around the country.”

 

Main image: Graphic from Axio’s platform. Image: Axio



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