Security Management as a Service - SMaaS

Our Security Management as a Service is a customized program that optimally integrates decades of our cybersecurity expertise and strategic processes into your team. It is designed to help you MANAGE security of your organization based on the NIST cybersecurity framework (CSF). We regularly meet your enterprise and information systems stakeholders to identify risks to people, processes and technology so protective measures can be taken to mitigate the threat. We leverage our Security Management Automation Platform (SMAP) to help generate Gaps and Remediation Report and Plan of Actions and Milestones (PoA&M) on an ongoing basis.

Our SMaaS is designed to provide CIOs, CFOs and CISOs a crack team of cybersecurity specialists with decades of cybersecurity experience in their domain of expertise to augment and enrich their inhouse cybersecurity staff. Whether your security team includes hundred or none, our dedicated team will make a difference in the security posture of your Organization 

What is SMaaS

Ongoing assessment and remediation to identify and protect your business objectives. We meet with your enterprise, Information Systems, departmental and compliance stakeholders to comprehend your attack surface - people, processes and technology - current measures to secure the business environment (security posture); identify security laps (gaps) and prioritize remediation (corrective measures / controls) efforts. The priority is given to high risk high impact security controls in the context of business objectives. You receive a Gaps and Remediation Report (GRR) along with a Plan of Actions and Milestones (PoA&M) to help you manage enhancing the security posture of your organization on an ongoing basis.


Why SMaaS

  • Powered by SPS Security Management Automation Platform with decades of security management knowledge base and industry best practices
  • Dedicated cybersecurity account team including identity, access, data, network, system, application security expertise
  • Inclusion of all stakeholders to ensure coverage and accountability
  • Ongoing Security Policy development, enforcement, improvement, and review
  • Automation of Attack Surface Management and Risk quantification
  • Automation of Stakeholder notification using MYID 
  • Ready to use templates to generate security management reports and policies including Gaps, Remediation, Incident Response, Risk Management, and System Security Plan

Services / Activities:

  • Attack Surface Management and Risk Quantification: Identifying and managing potential points of vulnerability (attack surface) and assessing associated risks.
  • Gaps Assessment and Remediation: Evaluating existing cybersecurity measures against NIST CSF to identify gaps and providing remediation strategies.
  • Security Policy Development, Enforcement, Review, and Enhancement: Developing, enforcing, reviewing, and enhancing security policies to establish and maintain a secure organizational environment. Relevant security standards shall be utilised such as but not restricted to NIST 800-171r5, OWASP Recommendations for System / Software Development Lifecycle and similar.
  • Discovery, Classification, and Governance of Sensitive Data: Identifying, classifying, and governing sensitive data across different environments, ensuring compliance and security.
  • Regular Security Assessments: Conduct planned activities to assess vulnerabilities, threats associated with network, endpoints, applications, user access and management and such.


Outcomes & Deliverables:

  • Gaps assessment and Remediation Report (GRR) : Document outlining remediation actions based on the assessed gaps in the current security posture.
  • Plan of Actions and Milestones (PoA&M) : Prioritise the remediation aligned with business objectives adhering complying to NIST CSF.
  • System Security Plan (SSP) : Comprehensive documentation detailing the security measures, controls for the organization using but not limited to NIST 80017r5, OWASP top 10. They shall be referred to procedures in security policy documents.
  • Security Policy Documents: develop, review, enhance existing policy documents.
  • Incident Response Plan : Document specifying the procedures and actions to be taken in response to cybersecurity incidents.
  • Risk Management Framework: a system of identifying assessing and mitigating cybersecurity risks based on NIST SP 800-37 recommendations.
  • Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan : Identifying, classifying, and governing sensitive data across different environments, ensuring compliance and security.


  • Starting at USD 5,000 for 40 hours of consulting services per month