Cyber Security

The 2017, Presidential Executive Order (EO) 13800 establishes a requirement for all federal agencies to leverage the NIST framework for federal cybersecurity, setting forth a series of deadlines for federal agencies to report on their plans for further cyber safeguards. Two key components emphasized in the EO are 1) shared services and 2) cyber training of the federal workforce. Future CIS has extensive experience in providing these shared services and training to many customers.

As system complexity increases, so do the obstacles that must be overcome to obtain Authority to Operate (ATO). Efficient management of emerging requirements and complex issues allows for enforcement of quality control measures and promotion of collaboration. Collaboration between stakeholders and IT staff, projects, and tasks ensure deliverables are on time and on budget. Our seasoned security professionals utilize best-of-breed vulnerability and assessment tools to cost-effectively increase your system’s security posture.​

We Wear Many Hats

Future CIS has extensive experience in the security world. We have employees that have worn Black, Grey, White, and Red hats. We understand that attack vectors range from insider threats to external foreign entities. To evaluate system security posture, we identify, configure and deploy a suite of best-of-breed security tools and align them with software development milestones. This enables our security engineers to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities during the development cycle.

By ensuring security is integrated from the beginning in your code via the CI/CD pipeline, we can catch threats before they begin. Combined with training, analytics, defensive/offensive testing, and continued threat analysis; we ensure you do not become another news headline.

1. Identify
NIST Cyber Security Framework

Asset Management

Business Environment

Governance

Risk Assessment

Risk Management Strategy

2. Protect

Access Control

Awareness Training

Data Security

Information Protection

Processes & Procedures

Protective Technology

3. Detect

Anomalies & Events

Security Continuous Montoring

Detection Processes

Executive Order 13636 outlines responsibilities for Federal Departments and Agencies to aid in Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. NIST has established the Cyber Security Framework to assist agencies with meeting this order.

Security Policy

We understand today's emerging threats for both commercial and public sector customers. The policies and procedures surrounding today's requirements vary by sector, agency, and market. Let us help you navigate these waters by implementing and maturing the security controls you need to ensure that your agency meets federal mandates and reduces your risk, as well as your customers, so you can focus on your business instead of threats.

Our security experts will ensure that you can gain Certification and Accreditation (C&A) quickly and efficiently and work with you resulting in higher FISMA scores. We take an emerging security life cycle approach to enhance our security practices and processes. This ensure that we are always ahead of the threats that plague the industry.

4. Respond

Response Planning

Communications

Analysis

Mitigation

Improvements

5. Recover

Recovery PLanning

Improvements

Communications