Cyberwiz-Pro (CWP) – Best-in-class security management solution for NEI 08-09 – Maintain a Sustainable Cyber Program
To meet the cyber compliance requirements, you must be able to maintain and sustain the cyber program. Here’s a software solution that will help you achieve that successfully. CWP from WizNucleus is a proven solution that can simplify the whole process of managing your security program, and it gives you a unified visibility into your compliance posture and work history, making the NEI 08-09 cyber program easy to maintain and sustain. The software was built ground-up for the nuclear plant application and has unmatched automation and flexibility needed to help you fast track the Milestone Assessments and reduce manual activities. CWP can help you make a smooth transition from NEI 08-09 project to program.
As the lifecycle tool for managing and sustaining the cyber security program and NEI 08-09, CWP delivers unmatched depth and provides guidance and support. CWP captures details of who did what, and when the actions occur through various phases of the CDA assessment and control implementation processes. Additionally, CWP delivers up to date information on the CDA configuration.
CWP is developed on the Microsoft technology platform and is deployed as an on-premise turn-key system. It supports virtual server appliances or can be installed on customer’s physical servers.
For most nuclear plants, the process of assessing Critical Digital Assets (CDA) involves the evaluation of about 600 hundred security controls for a given CDA. Without automation, and the help of a purpose-built tool, the task of assessing the CDAs can put heavy burden on the plant’s operating resources.
WizNucleus CWP comes with specialized nuclear business processes, assessment methodology and automation needed to help you fast-track the CDA assessment. The automation and security control guidance features are designed to properly evaluate and, where applicable, eliminate security controls on the fly. The software has comprehensive built-in guidance for non-cyber engineers, so they can conduct future assessments with minimal cyber expertise.