In today’s Zero Trust Environment where do you stand? Today’s hackers and threats have no borders. Protect your business from internal and external threats with the It’s Just Results Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation (DFARS) 252.204-7012 and National Institure of Standards (NIST) SP 800-171 Assessment.
Our DFARS 252.204-7012 and NIST 800-171 assessments are not typical. We seek out the unexpected. We do not assume anything except that we start with a premise of Zero Trust around your Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). We combine our experience and insights with process and technology to get your results quickly.
The old models of protecting data are slow and ineffective and trust but verify is out the door. Moats no longer work. There are no sacred cows. It is that simple. It is that hard. We know it is confusing to get started and to move forward. Our team will apply and adapt multiple industry standards to rapidly mature your cybersecurity and compliance policies, practices, and controls.
You will have an understanding of threats, vulnerabilities, state of your controls, and areas of risk. You will also get a System Security Plan (SSP), a Plan of Action & Milestones (POA&M) to strengthen your security posture, as well as recommendations to improve your policies (i.e. lock down on your security decisions), which will be your roadmap for improving security and, where necessary, your compliance.
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Is Access to data and applications properly restricted; to authorized users; to specific roles? Is access shared or permanent?
How current is you hardware and software inventory? Do you know what assets are part of your infrastructure? Have you established baseline configurations and keep these up to date?
Have you identified and verified your users? Have you established the authentication mechanisms and integrated user management with devices, data, applications?
Are you verifying users? Are you validating devices? Are you, limiting access of privileged users? Are you applying machine learning to improve authentication processes?
Have your vendors been evaluated? Do you have vendor controls in place and active?
Have you built an incident response capability? Have you tested it? Can you respond in hours, not weeks or months?
Is security decision making established for executives and on the executive meeting agenda? Are policies documented and communicated? Is staff trained?
Are you managing your insider threats? Have you determined the risks? Do you monitor your environment? Do you have a compliance platform?