We developed proprietary software specifically for the regulatory compliance process.
We are leaders of innovative compliance solutions.
"The cyber compliance process has a steep learning curve. We've spent years developing systems and solutions to get you back to running your business."
Attila Seress - CEO
Department of Defense
The Department of Defense requires that contractors who provide products and services for the defense supply chain must comply with the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) process. This new security standard is designed to ensure that contractors have appropriate security measures in place and begin prioritizing security with equal weight compared to quality and safety. Because CMMC compliance will be critical to winning business with the Pentagon, DoD contractors need to understand what CMMC is all about.
Contact us so we can help you establish CMMC compliance.
We are leaders
cyber compliance solutions.
Most companies who offer cyber compliance services know the requirements. We understand the details of the process and created our own proprietary software to help your organization get compliant and stay compliant.
Multi-Phase Process for NIST 800 171 Compliance
We have an established multi-phase process that will put an organization on track for NIST 800 171 Compliance.
Findings from the Cybersecurity Network Vulnerability Assessment are consolidated and matched to individual NIST 800 171 controls required for compliance.
Priority PCI Compliance
Assist Client in passing PCI Compliance scans from SecurityMetrics for single-site, in-office network of 20 devices, rush order for PCI Compliance.
Cybersecurity Network Vulnerability Assessment
Uses on-premise equipment and Active Directory access to search for vulnerabilities and generate reports to be used for GAP analysis.
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)
Effective CMMC compliance efforts require access to security control expertise and easy-to-use compliance tools to organize and track progress. Failure to plan and coordinate compliance efforts can result in excessive costs, distractions to core business, and lost revenue opportunities.
Coordinating with contract, business development, and solution teams early in the process results in a smoother path to CMMC compliance.
Includes security health and risk, network health and risk, consolidated risks, network layer 2-3 site diagrams, external network vulnerability scans, outbound security, windows patch assurance, asset inventory details, user share permissions reports by device and user, login failures and history per computer, anomalous login reports.
Rapid Action Plan
The objective of the Rapid Action Plan is to create the required POA&M (Plan of Action & Milestones) and SSP (System Security Plan) for submission to contracting officer or related authority.