Governance is the discipline of an organization to ensure alignment of decisions and all actions with the strategic objectives as well as with legal requirements. Governance is the responsibility of the management and ensures the compliance to defined targets and conditions.

In order to reach this goal, processes are created and executed. Processes make sure that every action is carried out in the same way having consistent results and a comprehensible documentation. The latter is particularly important for audits and assessments.

The Cybermain Governance Platform is a Web application allowing to create and execute arbitrary processes within an organization.

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Processes and Users

The Cybermain Governance Platform allows to create and execute arbitrary processes in the context of an organization or enterprise.

Example Process

Processes are arbitrary sequences of defined and connected steps (e.g. an 'upload-file-step' or an 'answer-the-question-step'). Each step can be executed by specific users, by users who have been assigned a role (e.g. Asset-Manager) or by users that are member of a group. Just like with processes, arbitrary roles or groups can be created or existing default processes, roles and groups can be adapted to your scenario.

Each process has starters allowed to start a process and owners allowed to access and export all the collected data of executed processes.



The process of the asset management ensures the maintenance of an up-to-date database of assets with detailed information about each asset (read more).



Procurement is the process of making buying decisions based on detailed requirements and multiple transparent offers of different suppliers (read more).



With an well-defined and tested incident response process, an organization can quickly react and respond to a threat or a security issue (read more).



A change management process ensures that all relevant people are involved in changes, that the overarching strategies are not changed, that databases are up-to-date and that no new risks are created (read more).



The risk management process analyzes identified risks and ensures the including of executive staff or the implementation of proper mitigations (read more).



The vulnerability management process ensures the classification of risk caused by identified information security as well as subsequent procedures (read more).

Free Account

up to 4 different users, 8 roles and 4 groups
up to 8 different processes and 16 running instances
up to 64 MB of secure document storage
all functions and features
0 EUR / year

Basic Account

up to 32 different users, 16 roles and 8 groups
up to 24 different processes and 64 running instances
up to 32 GB encrypted document storage
all functions and features
279 EUR / year

Premium Account

up to 512 different users, 64 roles and 32 groups
up to 64 different processes and 256 running instances
up to 128 GB encrypted document storage
all functions and features
679 EUR / year

Create your Processes

With the help of the Cybermain process editor you can easily design any process in simple steps. Just create a sequence of steps and combine them into a process. You can choose between five different types of steps, which you can configure yourself. There are question-steps for which you can define a question with various answers. There are steps in which users have to fill in a table that you have defined. There are steps in which a document has to be uploaded, in which a message has to be confirmed or in which arbitrary text needs to be entered by a user.

Create a process

With the help of the Cybermain process editor, you can combine steps to a process flow. Furthermore, you can define which step has to be carried out by which user, which role or which group.

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Execute your Processes

There is always a defined user, role or group that can start processes (process-starters) and there is always a defined user, role or group of users that can access all collected data of the process (process-owners). The process-starters and the process-owner are defined when creating a process.

Execute a process

As soon as a process is started, a dedicated instance of the process is created. This means that many instances of the same process can run in parallel. In each step, users are informed via email who can carry out this step. The users are informed step by step and also repeatedly until the step has been carried out. By using appropriate intervals, care is taken not to be bothering, but to continue the process.

The Cybermain Web application stores log information about every action that is taken. This information can be accessed by the administrator-account.