While federal agencies leverage evolving technologies to communicate and serve their constituencies, IT security concerns continue to mount. In today’s high tech and highly mobile workplaces, however, technical modernization and information accessibility is non-negotiable.
As government leaders balance performance potential, legislation and governance, information accessibility, and IT security requirements, they need experienced partners to help identify pragmatic solutions that account for the highly complex considerations unique to government.
- Supporting a federal task force focused on both global and agency-wide cyber security response;
- Enhancing global security procedures by developing and launching global online training courses for foreign service, civil service, and contractor personnel;
- Conducting annual information assurance security procedures, documentation requirements, and management protocols for major infrastructure applications;
- Managing the security assessment of Defense Trade Application Systems (DTAS);
- Guiding an environment Compromise Assessment (CA) to identify both active and dormant threats present on federal computer systems and networks;
- Aiding the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) with Continuity of Operations (COOP) and Continuity of Government (COG) programs and planning;
- Standardizing and enhancing government lab facility and computer system access protocols according to the Homeland Security Program Directive (HSPD-12) – architecting, implementing and maintaining full-lifecycle identity management solutions.