Government agencies safeguard national security data, personnel files, and sensitive information on citizens’ including tax information. e-Management’s full lifecycle cybersecurity services can assist in protecting government and its constituents from breaches that threaten agency missions. Government customers have come to trust our award-winning team of cybersecurity experts who keep abreast of federal and agency policies and regulations to ensure successful execution of information security programs. Our approach to cybersecurity is proactive, drawing from the best practices of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and ISO/IEC 27001:2013. Our cybersecurity services include:
Our Security Risk Management (SRM) Program offers our clients with a means to enhance systems security, operational performance and informed decision-making throughout the Risk Management Framework (RMF) in an iterative approach.
Our thorough Pen Testing includes threat modeling, multiple attack vectors against the same target, reverse engineering of malware; enabling our clients to identify malware before security solutions are generally available
Our Top Secret/Q Clearance personnel provide forensically sound and repeatable process to obtain, analyze and respond to any security breach to minimize its duration, impact and cost to our clients.
Our skilled professionals have extensive knowledge in applicable statutes (FISMA, the Computer Security Act, OMB Circulars, and the Clinger-Cohen Act) and offer sound advices in IT security policy and implementation in compliance with technical standards (e.g., NIST).
Following a systematic approach, we identify, quantify and rank possible vulnerabilities to threats in our clients’ system by analyzing firewall settings, threat modeling and running comprehensive scanning, such as discovery scan, vulnerability scan and compliance scan.
We conduct award-winning User Training for our clients, which includes comprehensive Anti-Phishing Awareness, Authorizing Official (AO), Authorizing Official Designated Representative (AODR), Insider Threat, Cybersecurity for IT Professionals, User Awareness, and Privacy Awareness.