ZEROBIAS

Cyber, Digital and Risk assessor
data and automation platform

Assessor Bias, lack of truth and domain expertise has destroyed Trust in Audits and Assessors.    Trust Rooms have arrived in a world of where Zero Trust should apply, not just in networking.    A dinosaur business model that is broken beyond repair cannot be saved.   The future of assessment is the OPPOSITE of what assessors do today.   Build for tomorrow with an assessor only platform built solely for your future. 

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RECENT EVENTS
  • - SEC Chair Calls For Stronger Audit Rules on SOX Anniversary
  • - Cohn Reznick Charged With Improper Auditing Conduct By SEC
  • - KPMG U.K. Sanctioned Over 2 Audits With Fines Over $22M
  • - PwC Fined $6.2 Million For Shoddy Audits
  • PCAOB Adopts Tighter Rules on Auditors’ Quality Controls
  • - US Cyber Insurance Sees Rapid Premium Growth Due To Increased Cyber Incidents, Claim Counts, and Loss Severity
  • Inadequate penalties incentivize malpractice in auditing Two recent cases show how a lack of rigorous oversight and real consequences is impacting the profession.

Assessment Bias creates compounding, systemic RISK due to data Incentive Independence  Accessibility Quality Provenance Pedigree Governance  Security Transparency Coverage Incentive Neutrality Sensitivity problems.

impactS of MANUAL ASSESSMENTS are Eroding Auditor trust to zero.

The days of trusting self-attested, and human compliance assessments  are over,
and actions like these come with consequences. Risk holders are realigning with new solutions to

People
1 %

The root cause of all data breaches 

Dod contractors
1 %

Failed vendor security audit for deficient security controls

THIRD PARTies
50

The highest cost amplifier of a data breach

Days
1

To identify a data breach, after it happened

RECENT EVENTS
  • - Your Data Is Under Attack! FBI and MI5 Leaders Give Unprecedented Joint Warning On CHINESE Spying
  • - Data Breach Costs Reach New Record Highs (Avg. Cost Now @ $4.34M)
  • - Supply Chain Hack Causes Toyota to Close 14 Japan Plants, Halting 1/3 of Its Global Production In a Single Day
  • - T-Mobile to Pay $350M Settlement in Cyberattack Breach Case
  • - Didi Global Slapped With $1.1B Fine For Breaching China Data Security Laws
  • - SEC Chair Calls For Stronger Audit Rules on SOX Anniversary
  • - CohnReznick Charged With Improper Auditing Conduct By SEC
  • - US Cyber Insurance Sees Rapid Premium Growth Due To Increased Cyber Incidents, Claim Counts, and Loss Severity
  • - KPMG U.K. Sanctioned Over 2 Audits With Fines Over $22M
  • - Stolen MGM Resorts Customer Data Dumped On Telegram For Free
  • - PricewaterhouseCoopers Fined $6.2 Million For Shoddy Audits
  • - Facebook Directed to Pay Every Victim Over Personal Data Breach
  • - Volkswagen Says Vendor Breach Impacted 3.3 Million Customers in North America
  • - Robinhood Says Millions of Customer Names and Emails Taken
  • - Cybercriminals Attack 4 Security Flaws in Microsoft Exchange Server, Exposing 30,000 Organizations
  • - State Dept. Offering $10 Million Reward to Bring Colonial Pipeline Hacker to Justice
  • - U.S. Financial Regulation Finalized: Banks Must Report Major Cyber Incidents Within 36 Hours
  • - News Corp discloses cyber-attack, believed to be from a foreign government.
  • - Credit Suisse Leak Unmasks Criminals, Fraudsters, and Corrupt Politicians


We have entered a POST "AUdITor" Period. As it is defined today.

au⋅dit (ö-det)

Latin Origin: First known use in 15th century, with little to no tech or process evolution since… like NOTHING!

Noun:  

  1. A formal examination of an organization’s situation.   Cyber, Clinical, Financial, Procedural in nature.  
  2. When people used to ask other people for paper documents, scrolls, or pictograms (of their choosing) as artifacts to assess.
Audit in a Sentence:
  1. Cyber Audits are literally worthless.  Like maybe worth the paper or pdf they are written on.  Just look at the headlines. 
  2. A stone tablet is worth more than a cyber audit.
  3.  A time when evidence collection methods was a slow and tedious human driven process – even a cave man could do it.
  4. Literally no evolution has happened in the auditor world.
  5. An audit has so much bias the “auditee” literally pays the “AUDITOR” to audit. A time when people accept “audits” as something to check a box and don’t understand what RISK actually is.
  6. An audit is something that people can manipulate pictures, data, excel files or swap out real data with “samples”, and are awarded the coveted gold star, plus a wink by the “AUDITOR” they pay.
  7. Back when a concept called Zero Trust applied everywhere else, EXCEPT with audit standards.
  8. AUDITS HAVE SO MUCH BIAS THEY ARE CREATING A COMPOUNDING, SYSTEMIC RISK AND IT  IS LITERALLY COSTING INDUSTRY BILLIONS!
RECENT EVENTS
  • - KPMG U.K. Sanctioned Over 2 Audits With Fines Over $22M
  • - Pricewaterhouse Coopers Fined $6.2 Million For Shoddy Audits
  • - Cohn Reznick Charged With Improper Auditing Conduct By SEC
  • - SEC Chair Calls For Stronger Audit Rules on SOX Anniversary
  • - Data Breach Costs Reach New Record Highs (Avg. Cost Now @ $4.34M)
  • - Supply Chain Hack Causes Toyota to Close 14 Japan Plants, Halting 1/3 of Its Global Production In a Single Day
  • - US Cyber Insurance Sees Rapid Premium Growth Due To Increased Cyber Incidents, Claim Counts, and Loss Severity

A New Standard is required to eradicate Assessment Bias.

ZeroBias - the future of Assessment is TODAY.


zerobias

American Origin:

Created in 2024 to regain the trust and integrity of today’s Cyber, Digital and Risk assessors, through ZeroBias – continuous machine truth.

Noun:

  1. Independent, machine-driven assessment and audit automation process, eliminating human intervention
  2. Method by advanced robotic process automated means, producing unbiased immutable data integrity
  3. Replaces dependency on people, process, and tools, with automated testing to 100% of control and population coverage
  4. Proprietary method for obtaining evidence data from its source, bypassing all traditional intermediaries
  5. A state of continuous risk assessment and testing, against every policy, procedure, implementation statement, and control.   

ZeroBias In a Sentence:

The days of risk holders accepting omitted, curated, or auditee created evidence used by “auditors” are over.  The only way forward to eliminate risk is to embrace the new standard.  The ZeroBias – Cyber, Digital and Risk assessment standard will be the only way forward to deliver the ZeroBias, machine truth.

ZEROBIAS delivers data Independence  Integrity Automation  Collaboration Frequency Transparency Coverage Incentive Neutrality Truth Integration Vendor Risk