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Derive provides cutting-edge strategic planning expertise to help organizations stay ahead of the curve in an ever-evolving business landscape. Our highly experienced engineers, architects, and project management specialists form a strong foundation for collaboration with client executives across all levels – up to the C Suite – ensuring effective technology and risk strategies are developed or refined accordingly.

There are many risks an organization must deal with that can directly impact their technology infrastructure and/or platform:

  • Cybersecurity - Companies big and small face an ever-evolving array of cybersecurity threats that require ongoing vigilance to protect their valuable data. With the right strategies, these organizations can remain one step ahead in this critical area and ensure they are fully secure against unauthorized access.
  • Identity - Identity theft is a real, and growing, challenge for companies, who can be held liable if their customers are affected. Our reliable and state-of-the-art technology tools allow companies to detect, monitor, and take preventative measures against any potential threats.
  • Reputational - With increased visibility into potential vulnerabilities, enterprises can quickly address any security weaknesses before they become public knowledge and cause a reputational crisis. With Derive’s data-driven risk management solutions, companies can be sure they are doing all they can to prevent any reputational damage caused by a breach.
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Derive partners with carefully selected companies to mitigate these risks as both an advisory and implementation partner.

Derive Technologies follows a highly effective 5-step risk management process to ensure businesses are as protected as possible in an increasingly wireless and vulnerable landscape.

  1. Identification of Risks - Our first step towards helping businesses stay safe, agile, and successful is to identify any and all risk factors, threat vectors, and inefficiencies that may be preventing them from operating at peak capacity.
  2. Risk Assessment - After a comprehensive evaluation process, we are able to create a picture of the environment in which a company operates and identify areas where technological changes can help improve their efficiencies, security, and data protection.
  3. Risk Mitigation Plan - These detailed risk mitigation plans are developed to provide clear direction for addressing potential problems, analyzing their impact on business processes, and instituting appropriate safeguards. Our goal is not only to mitigate any unwanted consequences of digital transition but to equip our clients with the tools they need to take full advantage of their firm's new capabilities.
  4. Implementation & Monitoring - Derive Technologies directly manages your entire implementation project with full oversight with dedicated project managers with specialized skillsets. We also follow up every implementation with performance tracking to ensure that systems continue to run at peak capacity and can be adjusted, as needed, to achieve optimal results.
  5. Review & Update Risk Plan - By continuously monitoring performance data, Derive can help recognize potential issues before they arise and adjust the company's risk plan accordingly. Our dedicated team takes the time to understand each company individually so that we can provide tailored plans for maximum success.



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