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It has been said that the best defense is a good offense, and that starts with knowledge. Our goal is to make you more knowledgeable so that you can be security minded and make informed decisions on how your information and assets are used, maintained and protected within your organization. Our training includes:
You need to begin your cybersecurity journey with an assessment. This allows you to uncover blind spots and deficiencies you may be unaware of. Once you have a risk baseline, you can begin to develop a strategy to mitigate, transfer, or manage that risk. This will help you measure the effectiveness of your security program. By prioritizing your risk you can make more intelligent decisions on where to invest your time and budget. Our assessment will move through three distinct phases:
An important step of any cybersecurity assessment is discovering vulnerabilities in your network. A vulnerability and discovery scan will help to determine areas of weaknesses and provide a starting point for our overall engagement. This type of testing is less intrusive than a penetration test, but identifies areas of concern and means to focus our assessment efforts.
It's a tedious task creating the necessary documentation to meet all compliance and regulatory requirements. Likewise, creating organizational policies and processes can be just as daunting when determining the scope, purpose and generally the necessary verbiage to convey the correct information to the right audience. Our team of experts can help you create policies to meet your specific needs and compliance requirements. We identify what's missing and quickly help you create internal policies to meet all security requirements.
Having an expert that can help guide you through the rigors of maintaining a security plan is a valuable resource. Our vISSO service gives you this reliability and more:
We come along side your team and provide support when you need it.
The CMMC effort builds upon existing regulation (DFARS 252.204-7012) that is based on trust by adding a verification component with respect to cybersecurity requirements.
Our personnel have experience working with not only risk assessments, but also assessing Cover Unclassified Information (CUI) outlined in the NIST SP 800-171 publication. Let us help you navigate the preparation process.