Capabilities + Planning
Proper planning and processes based on capabilities enables organizations to identify cyber and policy issues, programme requirements, allocate and adopt resources, monitor activities, as well as focus on objectives, and outcomes. CSCIS develops methodologies and tools to assist organizations in evaluating their resources, equipment, and relationships with clients, partners, technologies, and other capabilities.
Capabilities-Based Planning / Key Factors
- Provide an approach to incorporate threat, technological, policy, risk, and operational uncertainties.
- Inform security decisionmaking across a wide range of challenges within operational, cyber, cybersecurity, and policy constraints.
// Trusted and independent source of expertise, analysis, and experience
CSCIS often works side-by-side with decision makers, applying knowledge, and expertise the highest standards for objectivity to ensure independent, dependable, and practical recommendations.
// World-class talent matched to critical issues, problems and requirements
CSCIS’s multi-disciplinary staff, deep in expertise and applied experience, develop and apply the latest methodologies, tools, standards, and technologies, to solve complex policy issues, and problems across the cyberspace landscape.
// Commitment to advancing cyber + security
CSCIS’s research and work extends to include a commitment to dissemination of results and the skill development and transfer, tools, and knowledge. CSCIS efforts aim improve decision making, and advancement of policy based on and independent view and a sound understanding of the issues in cyberspace.
Our experts can provide. research, analysis, and reports in specific areas crucial to your organization, forecasting cyber trends and the impact of regulatory and policy changes. We can complement your skills and infuse problem-solving capacity with new ideas.