Our cybersecurity services provide a broad-spectrum of advanced expertise to our nation’s most critical systems by implementing proactive protection measures designed to mitigate and defeat cybersecurity threats at the source and deter or deny future attacks through tailored mitigation strategies. Our teams consist of senior-level cyber analysts, cyber implementation specialists, cyber architecture engineers, and cyber threat intel analysts.

Our cyber approach consists of tier II/III cyber network defense, risk management framework assessments and authorization implementation guidance, and expertise on all mission-critical systems to include those in special access programs and sensitive compartmented information. As an integral part of cyber protection, we develop and shape critical agency-level cyber policies, system assessment plans, cyber vulnerability assessments, consolidated threat TTPs, post-mission assessments, management of ACAS, HBSS, CTO management, IAVM management, ArcSight, Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) analysis and continuity of operations assessment.

Our team brings innovation to the Risk Management Framework (RMF) process that in itself, is cumbersome and time consuming. By identifying specific shortfalls, we identify solutions that accelerate RMF compliance, improves manhour efficiencies, and establishes consistent A&A processes and procedures.

Our cyber threat intel analysts conduct research and analysis of classified reporting and Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) to identify threats to Defense Industrial Base (DIB) partners as well as DoD agencies. Our teams leverage open source and intelligence community resources and capabilities to understand threat Techniques, Tactics, and Procedures (TTPs) and ascertain threat/attack vectors facing industry and DoD networks and systems by coordinating cyber intelligence requirements/matrix and conducting cyber intelligence studies.

Our team continuously seeks innovative ways to analyze data as threat actors continually change their TTPs; this involves utilizing multiple open-source tools in concert and adapting to the data being analyzed.