Assess and Improve Your Program’s Cyber Resiliency
The Lockheed Martin Cyber Resiliency Scoreboard™ (CRS™), aligned to the Cyber Resiliency Level® (CRL®) framework, contributes to the measurement of weapon, mission, and/or training system resiliency across six categories: visibility, cyber hygiene, requirements, test and evaluation, architecture, and information sharing.
The CRS™ consists of a both a questionnaire and dashboard. The questionnaire responses are used in the back-end analysis and represented via a dashboard. The questionnaire provides both qualitative and quantitative cyber performance measures aligned to the CRL® framework while the dashboard consists of data sets and graphs that can be leveraged to assist stakeholders in measuring the resiliency that currently exists and/or is planned, as well as track the program position while it changes over time.
Cyber engineers can leverage CRS™ in conjunction with the program’s security risk assessment process, to identify and evaluate candidate courses of action (CoA). The cyber engineering team and program stakeholders can then perform a cost-benefit analysis to estimate CoA strengths and weaknesses to determine which CoA will provide the best approach to achieving estimated benefits, preserving cost, and responding to risks while increasing resiliency.
Meet the CRS™ Developers
CRS Project Co-Lead